By Bert Seither, Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network
About the author: Bert Seither is the Director of Operations at Corporate Tax Network, a national accounting and business development firm. For nearly 10 years, Seither has assisted small business owners to help put their companies on a path to prosperity.
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Added by Bert Seither on November 26, 2013 at 2:54pm — No Comments
I will begin with a basic description of copyright law with a brief example. A Copyright is best described as a set of rights granted by the government for the expressions of ideas or information.
Quite literally, it is the set of rights the owner has to allow copies of the expression to be made.
Copyright law only covers these eight types of works: