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What is copyright?

Copyright is essentially legal protection provided to authors for the original works they create, invent, or develop, whether this be a painting, photograph, poem or novel. Regardless of the nature of the work, if you created it, it is yours and copyright exists to guarantee you exclusive authorship.

Copyright gives you the exclusive right to reproduce the work, prepare it for distribution, or publicly display or perform it. However, it does not protect ideas, findings, principles or methods, short phrases, or trademarks and technical inventions.

Is copyright registration really important?

Copyright registration, although voluntary, is highly recommended. It both protects your rights against possible third party attempts to copy your work and helps to prove a work's originality and authorship.

Must I request permission to use a work protected by copyright?

If you intend to distribute the published work or if you will receive any monetary gain from it, you must get the author’s permission. However, our copyright department is fully qualified to help you get the proper authorizations to use, for example, music or literary works.

How can I prevent a registered work from being copied?

By using the registration of your work, knowing its limits, and contacting specialists in copyright, which is us. When displaying your work, you should always use the © symbol before its name.

What if someone violates my rights?

In this case, you will be able to contact us so we can develop the best strategy, while opting always for the most amicable routes.

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