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The legal ownership of the content and arrangement of a literary or artistic work (including computer software) in any medium, including the right to control its reproduction, normally at least initially that of its originator(s), for whom it is a form of intellectual property. Copyright or the right to reproduce copies may subsequently be assigned by creators to others. Ideas as such are not subject to copyright.

Subjects: Arts and Humanities.

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