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Copyright refers to the legal right of the owner of intellectual property. In simpler terms, copyright is the right to copy. This means that the original creators of products and anyone they give authorization to are the only ones with the exclusive right to reproduce the work

Once you get a copyright, you can do the following activities:
• Reproduce (copy) a work
• Create derivative works based upon it
• Distribute copies of the work to the public
• Publicly display or perform the work

The copyright is:
• Creation of the human intellect
• An exclusive right
• Granted to an author
• Protects original works of authorship
• Fixed in any tangible medium of expression

The rationale of copyright include
• Advancement of knowledge
• Balancing the rights of copyright owners
• Prevent unauthorized reproduction of an author’s work

What are the related rights of copyright?
• Broadcasting right
• Performer’s right

Broadcasting rights (also called media rights) are rights which a broadcasting organization negotiates with a commercial concern – such as sports governing body or film distributor – in order to show that company’s products on television or radio, either live, delayed or highlights

Performers are all actors, singers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, jugglers, any other person who makes a performance. Alongside copyrights, there are separate protections offered to performers known as performers’ rights. These provide several rights for performers in relation to their performance. A performer can be anyone who acts, sings, delivers, plays in, or otherwise performs a literary, dramatic or musical work;




Registration procedure is the following:
• Filing the application
• Getting the diary number
• Notice – interested persons
• No objections
• Hearing
• Registration