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DRM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Radiation Medicine.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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"Being an important component of intellectual property, copyright protects and promotes the authors' rights helping them to earn their bread and butter by exclusive commercial use of their books", he said.
Mujeeb Ahmed Khan said that Pakistan had the Copyright Law in place which safeguarded the authors interests and ensured remedies and penalties for the violators of their rights.
'Two, a reproduction license if a copyrighted song will be recorded or copied (whether the lyrics are revised or not), and the third, a public performance license if a copyrighted song will be played to the public as campaign jingle, or as entertainment or background music during a campaign rally or event,' he added.
FILSCAP is the collective management organization accredited by the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPO-PHL) to license the public playing of copyrighted music.
register Vacheron's claim of copyright in its watch design.
The treatise also criticized the Copyright Office for its refusal
copyright law, registration is a prerequisite to bringing a lawsuit, and if an unpublished work is not registered prior to the infringement, or if a published work is not registered within three months of the date of first publication of the work, the applicant will not be entitled to recover statutory damages or attorneys' fees.
This latter point is particularly significant because often it is difficult to prove actual damages in a case of copyright infringement.
Impelling prompt registration of copyright claims, 17 U.
Fourth Estate sued Wall-Street and its owner, Jerrold Burden, for copyright infringement.
However, if another party infringes the author's work, the author cannot bring a suit for copyright infringement unless the work has been "registered." Essentially, the author has rights in a work immediately, but cannot enforce those rights until they take further action in the Copyright Office.