COPYRIGHT MATERIALS. You acknowledge and agree that all content and other information on the Platform, including, but not limited to, all text, graphics, logos, icons, images, audio clips, downloads, data compilations and software (collectively, the “Copyright Materials”) are the property of Angi or used with the express permission of the owner of such Copyright Materials and are protected by all United States and international copyright laws.
COPYRIGHT MATERIALS. Each Supplier shall provide Supplier Employees with legally purchased copyright material determined to be necessary for Supplier Employees to perform their job responsibilities. Each Supplier shall ensure that its Supplier Employees follow legal guidelines regarding the use of copyright material. Each Supplier shall ensure that its Supplier Employees learn about the copyright status of any material copied for distribution either internally or externally. Each Supplier shall make sure that any Supplier Employee who suspects the inappropriate use of copyright material should contact the general legal counsel of the Supplier or other appropriate manager in order for actions to be taken. If copyright material is being reproduced or distributed improperly, appropriate action shall be taken by the relevant Supplier to correct such improper reproduction or distribution immediately.
COPYRIGHT MATERIALS includes the following: (1) books, journal articles, texts, glossaries, bibliographies, study guides, laboratory manuals, syllabi, tests and proposals; (2) lectures, musical or dramatic compositions, unpublishedscripts; (3) films, filmstrips, charts, transparencies, and other visual aids; (4) video and audio tapes or cassettes; (5) live video and audio broadcasts; (6) programmed instructional materials; and (7) other materials or works other than software that qualify for protection under the copyright laws of the United States (see 17 U.S.C.102 et seq.) or other protective statutes whether or not registered thereunder.
COPYRIGHT MATERIALS. All LECOM faculty, staff and students must respect and comply with the rules on copyrights, such as the provisions of the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976. Unauthorized use of or distribution of copyrighted materials, including but not limited to peer-to-peer file sharing (transmitting copyrighted materials, such as music, movies, compilations, to friends for their use) is a violation of federal law that can subject students to fines or imprisonment and would be considered an honor code violation, which can result in expulsion, or other College-imposed sanctions for misconduct.
COPYRIGHT MATERIALS. Employees who participate in the production of tapes, publications, or other produced educational materials shall retain residual rights should they be copyrighted or sold by the District.
COPYRIGHT MATERIALS. All MVCU's materials and other information on the Website, including, but not limited to, all text, graphics, logos, icons, images, marks, audio clips, downloads, data compilations and software are the exclusive property of MVCU and are protected to the extent permissible by all United States and international copyright laws. Further, any Service Providers' text, graphics, logos, icons, images, marks, audio clips, downloads, data compilations are the exclusive property of the Service Provider and/or its licensors and are protected to the extent permissible by all United States and international copyright laws.