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    How and Why Copyrighted Works Can Be Commercialized

    How and Why Copyrighted Works Can Be Commercialized

    The commercialization of a copyrighted work is not only a common procedure; it is also one which can provide the copyright owner with many benefits. This commercialization may take place through either standard licensing, the issuance of a Creative Commons license, or a third-party organization.

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    Trademarks and Animal Cruelty

    Trademarks and Animal Cruelty

    Since trademarks can be connected to animal cruelty, intellectual property authorities thus have a role to play in stamping out animal cruelty in their respective jurisdictions.

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    Patent Revocation and Why It Is Necessary

    Patent Revocation and Why It Is Necessary

    Intellectual property laws may regard certain patents as invalid due to non-inventiveness, non-novelty, non-patentable subject matter, or insufficiency of disclosure. Such patents violate the concepts underpinning patent laws.

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    Copyright Laws and Music Samples

    The musical works from which a sample originates are usually protected by copyright, there are specific copyright laws which address the legality of the use of samples. Failure to abide by these copyright laws violates the rights of the performer of the original music.

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