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 What is music copyright?

Answer Every song from Paul Simon's "You Can Call Me Al" to Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" is copyrighted in order to officially register, publish and protect music from unauthorized performance and plagiarism.H... Read More »
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What is the average cost to copyright music?

According to the U.S. Copyright Office, the average cost to copyright music is $65 via a paper registration form for sound recordings or performing arts works. The online cost to copyright music is... Read More »
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What is software, book and music copyright?

Authors who write software, books, and music have rights protected under the United States Copyright Act, as long as they are "original" to the author, and "fixed in tangible form." These rights la... Read More »
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What Do You Think About YouTube Cracking Down On Movie/Music Copyright?

Every YouTube user agreed to abide by the Terms of Service agreement... Part of that agreement is that they wouldn't post copyrighted material. If they did, then YouTube had the right to remove the... Read More »
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How to Copyright a Music CD?

Copyrighting your music CD is an important process in protecting your music. It ensures that no one can copy your music or attempt to make a profit from it without your permission. Copyrighting an ... Read More »
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