copyright

listen to the pronunciation of copyright
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} telif hakkı

Bu hikaye bir telif hakkına sahiptir. - This story has a copyright.

Bu, telif hakkı ile korunan bir materyalin çevirisiydi, bu yüzden telif hakkı sahiplerinin türetilmiş çalışmaları kontrol etme hakkı olduğu için onu iptal ettim. - This was a translation of copyrighted material, so I deleted it since copyright owners have the right to control derivative works.

(Ticaret) yapıt hakkı
(Ticaret) sınai mülkiyet hakkı
özlük hakkı
(isim) telif hakkı
{f} telif hakkı almak
telif hakkını muhafaza etmek
{f} telif hakkını saklı tutmak
telif hakkı saklı olan
telif hak

Bu hikaye bir telif hakkına sahiptir. - This story has a copyright.

Bu, telif hakkı ile korunan bir materyalin çevirisiydi, bu yüzden telif hakkı sahiplerinin türetilmiş çalışmaları kontrol etme hakkı olduğu için onu iptal ettim. - This was a translation of copyrighted material, so I deleted it since copyright owners have the right to control derivative works.

telif hakkı mahfuz olan
{f} telif hakkı ile korumak
telif hakkı ile korunan

Bu, telif hakkı ile korunan bir materyalin çevirisiydi, bu yüzden telif hakkı sahiplerinin türetilmiş çalışmaları kontrol etme hakkı olduğu için onu iptal ettim. - This was a translation of copyrighted material, so I deleted it since copyright owners have the right to control derivative works.

Bunlar ve belki diğer cümleler derlemeden çıkarılmalı.Onlar telif hakkı ile korunan bir kitaptan. - These and perhaps other sentences need to be removed from the corpus. They are from a copyrighted book.

(Ticaret) fikir hakkı
copyright law
telif hakları yasası
copyright deposit
telif hakkı ödemesi
copyright holder
Telif hakkı sahibi, telif hakkını elinde bulunduran kişi
copyright infringement
(Kanun) Telif hakkı ihlâli
copyright library
telif hakkı kütüphane
copyright information
(Bilgisayar) telif hakkı bilgisi
copyright infringement
telif hakkını bozma
copyright laws
telif hakkı yasaları
copyright reserved
telif hakkı saklıdır
copyright warning
(Bilgisayar) telif hakkı uyarısı
copyright writer
reklâm ilanları hazırlayan kimse
copyright year
(Bilgisayar) telif hakkı yılı
copyrights
(Bilgisayar) telif hakkı
portions copyright
Kısmı telif hakkı
work without copyright
telif hakkı olmadan iş
offense related to copyright
(Kanun) telif hakkına dair suç
Englisch - Englisch
The copyright symbol ©, a circumscribed C

If © is the international symbol for copyright, what should we use for the open source symbol?.

To obtain or secure a copyright for some literary or other artistic work
To place under a copyright
The right by law to be the entity which determines who may publish, copy and distribute a piece of writing, music, picture or other work of authorship
Such an exclusive right as it pertains to one or more specific works
{n} sole right to print a book or work
The exclusive right to produce or reproduce (copy), to perform in public or to publish an original literary or artistic work Many countries have expanded the definition of a "literary work" to include computer programs or other electronically stored information
{f} secure a copyright, acquire the sole legal right to reproduce an artistic or literary creation
Literally, the right to create and distribute copies of a creative work Under copyright law, you hold copyright in a work from the moment you create it
secure a copyright on a written work; "did you copyright your manuscript?"
To secure a copyright on
a document granting exclusive right to publish and sell literary or musical or artistic work secure a copyright on a written work; "did you copyright your manuscript?
Exclusive rights to publish, produce, sell and distribute a literary or artistic work
The legal right to control the production, use, and sale of copies of a literary, musical, or artistic work
A collection of rights relating to the reproduction, distribution, performance and so forth of original literary, musical, dramatic or artistic works, films, sound recordings, broadcasts and other matter The copyright owner has the exclusive right to do, or allow others to do, the acts set out in the legislation
The exclusive legal right granted by a government to an author, editor, composer, playwright, publisher, or distributor to publish, produce, sell, or distribute a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work, within certain limitations Copyright law also governs the right to prepare derivative works, to reproduce a work or portions of it, and to display or perform a work in public Such rights may be transferred or sold to others Copyright protects a work in the specific form in which it was created, not the idea, theme, or concept expressed in the work, which other writers are free to interpret in a different way A work never copyrighted or no longer protected by copyright is said to be in the public domain
[ c in a circle] The exclusive rights to publication, production or sale of a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work as authorized by the U S Constitution and subsequent legislation
The exclusive right, granted by law, of the creator of a work (or his/her assignees or employers) to make or dispose of copies and otherwise to control the use of a literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, or other work The Copyright Act in Canada is not concerned with ideas or the originality of ideas; it is the language or the expression of the idea which is the subject matter of copyright
If someone has copyright on a piece of writing or music, it is illegal to reproduce or perform it without their permission. To order a book one first had to get permission from the monastery that held the copyright She threatened legal action against the Sun for breach of copyright. the legal right to be the only producer or seller of a book, play, film, or record for a specific length of time. Exclusive right to reproduce, publish, or sell an original work of authorship. It protects from unauthorized copying any published or unpublished work that is fixed in a tangible medium (including a book or manuscript, musical score or recording, script or dramatic production, painting or sculpture, or blueprint or building). It does not protect matters such as an idea, process, or system. Protection in the U.S. now extends for the life of the creator plus 70 years after his or her death. Works made for hire are now protected for a maximum of 95 years from the date of publication or 120 years from the date of the creation of the work. In 1988 the U.S. joined the Bern Convention, an agreement that governs international copyright. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, adopted in the U.S. in 1998, expanded owners' control over digital forms of their creations and penalized persons who sought to evade technological shields (such as encryption) for copyrighted material. See also intellectual property; patent; trademark
a document granting exclusive right to publish and sell literary or musical or artistic work
the legal registration and ownership of the product of a writer, painter, singer, musician, choreographer, photographer or other original creator The owner of the copyright owns all rights to use the copyrighted material
Copyright laws protect intellectual property from misuse by other individuals Ideas and information in print or electronic form are the property of the person who created them You must obtain permission to use copyrighted material You may use copyrighted materials for educational purposes if you adhere to the fair-use guidelines CLICK HERE to find more information regarding Copyright
Some online sites have generously allowed me to use their images on my site These are referenced, using a numbered copright listing that links to references for the various sites at the file copy htm For example ©1 links to the below referenced example site [ The Copyright Management Centre ]; [3: FAQ]; [3: What is]; [3: BERNE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF LITERARY AND ARTISTIC WORKS]
By law, copyright exists from the time of creation of "an original work of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression " Today there is no need to put a copyright notice to have a copyright Registration is not required to bring an action for infringement, but if the copyright was registered prior to the infringement, certain statutory damages are available which are not available if the copyright is not registered It is a matter of good practice to place a copyright notice which includes the copyright holder and year of creation (e g Copyright, JHU, 2001) Changing items, which include some new work and some work created in prior years can include the multiple years (Copyright, JHU, 2000, 2002)
A right of intellectual property, whereby authors obtain, for a limited time, certain exclusive rights to their works; in the United States, copyright is exclusively federal law, and derives from the “copyright clause” of the Constitution (Art 1, sec 8, cl 8), which provides Congress with the power “to promote science and the useful arts by securing for limited times to authors the exclusive right to their writings”
The right to copy or duplicate material such as images, music, and written works Only the owners of the information can grant this right Regardless of whether information on the Internet or a Web page is accompanied by a statement asserting copyright, it is still protected by the copyright laws of the United States, the Universal Copyright Convention, or the Berne Union
This right may be had in maps, charts, engravings, plays, and musical compositions, as well as in books
Copyright protects the original expression of ideas, not the ideas themselves It is free and automatically safeguards your original works of art, literature, music, films, broadcasts and computer programs from copying and certain other uses
the right to copy; Canadian law grants copyright owners control over the use of their creations (or works prepared under their control) and an ability to benefit, economically and otherwise, from the exploitation of their works; see also intellectual property Droit d'auteur
* A legal right (usually of the author or composer or publisher of a work) to exclusive publication production, sale, distribution of some work What is protected by the copyright is the "expression," not the idea Notice that taking another's idea is plagiarism, so copyrights are not the equivalent of legal prohibition of plagiarism
A legal right (usually of the author or composer or publisher of a work) to exclusive publication production, sale, distribution of some work What is protected by the copyright is the "expression," not the idea Notice that taking another's idea is plagiarism, so copyrights are not the equivalent of legal prohibition of plagiarism
1 The legal right of authors, composers, or publisher to "print" and distribute intellectual and artistic creations The right is granted by governments and may apply to intellectual property in digital forms In this case the printing and distribution includes digital forms of the works
ability to exclude others for a limited period of time from using original works of authorship fixed in any tangible medium of expression which can be perceived, reproduced or otherwise communicated, either directly or with the aid of a machine or device (typically used for texts, software and visual and audio materials)
A bundle of exclusive rights conferred by a government on the creator of original literary or artistic works such as books, articles, drawings, photographs, musical compositions, recordings, films, and computer programs International in scope, copyright grants the creator reproduction, derivation, distribution, performance, and display rights The Berne Convention mandates that the period of copyright protection cover the life of the author plus 50 years Current U S copyright law is based on the Copyright Act of 1976 and its amendments
The legal right granted to an artist, author, computer user, musician, playwright, publisher, or distributor to exclusive publication, production, sale, or distribution of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work
The exclusive rights to, and control of, the reproduction, sales, copying or distribution of creative works of art music, literature or coded programs for computing
{i} patent, sole legal right to reproduce an artistic or literary creation
Copyright is protection for the expression of an idea The important difference between copyright and patent is the concept of function: the thing being protected must be useful in order to be patented
The exclusive right, granted by law for a specific number of years, to control the reproduction and sale of a literary or artistic work
The right of an author or his assignee, under statute, to print and publish his literary or artistic work, exclusively of all other persons
copyright infringement
The unauthorized use of copyrighted material in a manner that violates one of the copyright owner's exclusive rights, such as the right to reproduce or perform the copyrighted work, or to make derivative works that build upon it
copyright infringements
plural form of copyright infringement
copyright infringement
(Kanun) Copyright infringement is the unauthorized or prohibited use of works under copyright, infringing the copyright holder's exclusive rights, such as the right to reproduce or perform the copyrighted work, or to make derivative works
copyright law
(Kanun) 1. Moral rights (copyright law) are a subset of the rights of creators of copyrighted works, including the right of attribution, the right to have a work published anonymously or pseudonymously, and the right to the integrity of the work.2. Natural rights, also called moral rights or inalienable rights, are rights which are not contingent upon the laws, customs, or beliefs of a particular society or polity
copyright infringement
a violation of the rights secured by a copyright
copyrighted
Simple past tense and past participle of copyright
poor man's copyright
The practice of mailing a sealed, dated copy of one's work to oneself as a proof of copyright ownership, rather than registering with a copyright office
copyrighted
{a} the sole right being secured
copyrighted
past of copyright
copyrighted
Copyrighted material is protected by a copyright. They used copyrighted music without permission
copyrighted
(of literary or musical or dramatic or artistic work) protected by copyright; "permission to publish copyright material
copyrighted
{s} protected by copyright
copyrighted
Protected by a copyright
copyrighting
present participle of copyright
copyrights
plural of copyright
copyrights
third-person singular of copyright
copyrights
Except as otherwise provided in the terms and conditions of the agreement, the author or the recipient organization is free to copyright any books, publications, or other copyrightable materials developed in the course of or under a federal agreement, but the federal sponsoring agency shall reserve a royalty-free, nonexclusive and irrevocable right to reproduce, publish, or otherwise use, and to authorize others to use, the work for government purposes
copyrights
Provide protection for literary, artistic, dramatic or musical works,computer programs, and sound recordings
copyrights
The exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, and sell original works of, among others, authors, musicians, and photographers; copyrights protect the expression of ideas, not the underlying ideas themselves
copyrights
The 1976 Copyright Act permits the owner of a copyright to prevent others from reproducing, displaying, performing, or distributing ideas expressed in a fixed medium such as text, film, videotape, sound recording, computer disk, or 3-dimensional form They protect only the form in which an idea is fixed, not the substance of an idea, which lies in the territory of patent protection Copyrights do not need to be issued by or registered with a government agency except to be eligible for infringement litigation, in which case they must be registered with the Copyright Office of the Library of Congress The copyright is effective as soon as the work, published or unpublished, is "created in fixed form "
copyright
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