• 9 Copyright Pitfalls

    How Simple Content Exchanges Intersect with Copyright

    Your employees share published content as a matter of business and the last thing they probably think about is copyright. Combine the ease with which employees can share information and the increased vigilance by rightsholders to protect their works, and your organization may be facing an increased risk of copyright infringement.

    CCC has created this brief visual guide to show the common ways employees share content.

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  • What Is (and Isn’t) Protected by Copyright?

    Employees consume and share copyrighted materials all day long. It’s just business. However, routine content exchanges, such as sharing published reports, articles and other information found on the Web, have copyright implications, which can expose companies to a greater risk of infringement.

    In the U.S., copyright is a form of protection provided by the government to the authors of “original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic and certain other intellectual works.”

    CCC has created this visual guide to help you navigate where copyright law protection begins and ends.

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