the taking of ideas or writing from another person and offering them as your own
intentional and inadvertent
2 types of plagiarism
this is when students do not properly cite a work
the rights that regulate an expression or an idea or information
copy, distribute, modify, display, and perform
rights of the owner of a work
permission from the owner of a copyright given to someone else to copy, distribute, etc.
when the work is public property and can be used by anyone for any purpose
this allows people to use the work for educational purposes or to criticize or review the work
the right granted to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell the invention for a certain number of years
distinctive signs that indicate some sort of business or organization
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