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Copyright and Patents Act

The Copyright Designs and Patents Act (1988) gives creators of digital media the rights to control how their work is used and distributed. Music, books, videos, games and software can all be covered by copyright law.

Anything which you design or code is automatically copyrighted and may not be copied without your permission, as the digital creator.

When you buy software, for example, copyright law forbids you from:

  • Giving a copy to a friend
  • Making a copy and then selling it
  • Using the software on a network (unless the licence you signed allows it. For example, you may be allowed to install an app on 3 devices within a family)
  • Renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder

Some applications or programs will only run if a special piece of hardware is plugged into the computer or if a unique code is entered for that specific device.

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