US Copyright Law
Publisher: Findaway Voices
Date: July 2019
Duration: 0 hours 34 minutes
Here, we aim to enlighten the minds about the specific Copyright law that has been in practice since centuries in the United States. There are several items & confidential materials upon which the United States exercises its regulatory Copyright Law. In the US, the Copyright Clause and the Patent of the Constitution provides that the US Congress will be having the ultimate power towards promoting the overall growth & progress of Arts & Science through securing for limited duration to the inventors & authors the exclusive forms of rights with respect to their individual discoveries and writings.
The modern framework in the legal field in the United States for the protection of the copyrights has been found in the 1976 Copyright Law of the United States, as amended, which has been codified in the respective Title 17 of the respective Code of the United States. The given legal framework explains the meaning & overall concept of Copyright in the United States. A copyright in the United States refers to the special legal right that has been granted to some original work's creator for giving the particular creator or originator of the work some form of exclusive rights towards the use as well as the distribution of the respective original work. The same needs to be understood properly in case of copying or infringing anyone's work or content so as to prevent oneself from any shackles of the legal framework in the United States.