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Copyright protects intellectual property and its expression. The Canadian Copyright Act grants copyright owners (which includes authors, publishers, artists and broadcasters) the
 

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Copyright protects intellectual property and its expression. The Canadian Copyright Act
grants copyright owners (which includes authors, publishers, artists and broadcasters) the
exclusive right to copy, reproduce, perform or publish their work. Additional information on
copyright at the University is available at: http://www.uregina.ca/copyright/policies.htm
Intellectual Property is the expression of ideas (e.g. text of a novel, essay or memo, email,
video or website). Protection of intellectual property is provided through patents, trademarks,
industrial design, confidential information, trade secrets, copyright and integrated circuit
topography.
Fair Dealing any material protected by copyright may be copied without the permission of
the copyright holder or the need for royalty payments for the purpose of private study,
research, criticism, review or news reporting. For further details on fair dealing including
guidance on whether your copying may fall under fair dealing, please refer to the following:
http://www.uregina.ca/copyright/Regina_COPYRIGHTLAWANDFAIRDEALING.pdf
Permission to Copy in some cases, a hardcopy of the work may be the only option available
or desirable. If the work is protected by copyright and if the copying is outside of fair dealing,
permission will be required from the copyright holder. Contact the appropriate University
resource based on the work in question (see resource list below).
Public Domain covers works for which copyright has expired or works that are not covered
by intellectual property rights. Works in the public domain can be used without permission or

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics