Protection of copyright and related rights
Copyright is a set of rights of the Creator to use the results of personal creative activity, existing in any objective form. For example, this can be film, song, text, picture or scientific research, computer program, etc.
Copyright arises upon the creation of the work and does not require additional registration or design (except in some individual cases).
The Creator in relation to his works have the right:
- To recognize themselves as the author of work;
- To the disclosure and use of his work in any legitimate form;
- To distribute the work by sale or other alienations;
- To protect the work and its integrity.
What are the objects of copyright?
The objects of copyright include works expressed in any objective form:
- Fine art photography
- Audiovisual (e.g., movie)
- Computer programs
Currently, all objects of copyright are illegally replicated on the Internet through the sites of violators who use different technologies of illegal copies distribution by digital content (e.g. torrent network).
How to protect copyright on the Internet?
If you find that Your copyright has been violated, contact BRANDPOL GROUP. We provide a full range of services: from identifying "pirated" content on the network to prosecution and compensation claims.