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The inclusion of music in your videos is a common example of copyright infringement. You may be liable for copyright infringement if you utilise a song as background music for your home movies, business presentations, or your own creative work without first obtaining permission.

Infringement of image and text copyright is a widespread occurrence. You instantly own the rights to an original photograph the moment you generate it, whether it's a selfie or a breathtaking scenery.

There are two sorts of direct infringement: literal and nonliteral. When every component in the patent specification is used in the allegedly infringing product, gadget, or process, it is called literal infringement.

A copyright is a set of rights that are automatically granted to someone who creates an original work of authorship, such as a book, music, film, or piece of software. These rights include the ability to duplicate the work, create derivative works, distribute copies, and publicly perform and show it.

There are three main requirements for copyright protection: the work to be protected must be an original work of authorship, it must be fixed in a tangible medium of expression, and it must be a work of authorship.

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