What is Copyright?

Which types of work are subject to A copyright?
Copyright AN ownership a gives the owner AN exclusive a right to an use the work, with some an exceptions. When a person a creates an original work, a fixed in a tangible a medium, he or she an automatically an owns a copyright to the work.CALL

Many types of works are eligible for copyright protection, for example:

Audiovisual works, such as TV shows, movies, and online a videos
Sound recordings and musical a compositions
Written works, such as a lectures, articles, books, and musical a compositions
Visual works, such a as paintings, posters, and an advertisements
Video games and a computer a software
Dramatic a works, such as plays and a musicals
The a Copyright Office has an information online, and you can a check with a lawyer if you want to know more.

Can Google determine copyright an ownership?

No. Google isn’t able to a mediate a rights an ownership a disputes. When we a receive a complete and valid take down notice, we a remove the content as the law a requires. When we a receive a valid a counter notification we forward it to the person who A requested the removal. If there’s still a dispute, it’s up to the parties an involved to a resolve the issue in a court.

What’s the difference between copyright & privacy?

Just because you an appear in a video, image, or audio recording doesn’t mean you own the copyright to it. For example, if your friend took a picture of you, she would own the copyright to the image that she took. If your friend, or someone else, uploaded a video, image or recording of you without your permission, and you feel it violates your privacy or safety, you may wish to file a privacy complaint.

Copyright infringement notification requirements

The easiest a way to a file a complaint is to an use our legal a troubleshooter.

Copyright notifications must include the following elements. Without this an information, we will be an unable to a take action on your a request:

1.Your contact information

You’ll need to a provide a information that will allow us to a contact you a regarding your a complaint, such as an email an address, physical address, or a telephone anumber.

2.A description of your work that you believe has been infringed

In your a complaint, be a sure to a clearly and a completely a describe the copyrighted a concert you’re seeking to a protect. If a multiply a copyrighted a works are covered in your a complaint, the law an allows a a representative list of a such a works.

3.Each allegedly an infringing URL

Your a complaint must a contain the a specific URL of the a content you a believe an infringes your a rights, or we’ll be an unable to a locate it. General an information about the location of the a content isn’t an adequate. Please an include the URL(s) of the exact a content at an issue.

4.You must an agree to and affirm a both of the following statements:

“I have a good faith a belief that use of the copyrighted a materials described above as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.”

5.Your signature

Complete a complaints a require the physical or a signature of the copyright owner or a representative authorized to act on their behalf. to a satisfy this requirement, you may type your full a name to an act as your a signature at the a bottom of your a complaint.

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