Monday, December 23, 2013

On copyright ownership.

If you create a work that you can otherwise copyright, you would not be able to copyright it if you assigned your rights in the work to someone else, created it for hire, or created it within the scope of your employment. Unless you are well-versed in copyright law, you may not know if you did this.

If you do not own the work, you can seek a license from the owner. If you own the work, you can license it to others.

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