What Are Copyrights?

What are Copyrights

Copyrights are a legislated protocol that gives the authorization or legal power for a original creator or creators of a content within a legal system of a country or internationally which restricts others using the exact content or part of the content or by changing the original content subjected to the state and type of the content without the authorization of the original creators.

Copyrights helps creators to protect the content that they produce or develop or design from others using the content without proper credit or authorization to use the content which allows the original producers to develop a quality market and a good market share.

Real Life Examples

- If a person produced a song and another person cannot sing the song for a commercial benefit  without authorization of the original producer of the song.

- It's not possible to use, edit, publish or screen for a commercial purpose a documentary that produced by National Geography without getting authorized to do so.

- It's not possible to use a photograph or sell a photograph which taken by photographer without giving proper credits or without proper authorization to do so.

- It's not possible to use a trademark of an organization or a personal brand without the authorization of the owners of the trademark.