Christmas carols & IP rights

This holiday season, many of us download and play Christmas carols to our heart's content without any thought to copyright ownership. By downloading and playing these songs, are we infringing on the author's copyright protection? Check out this primer on intellectual property rights, including what's protected, how long it's protected for.

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Stephanie Morrow

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Stephanie Morrow has been a contributor to LegalZoom since 2005 and has written about nearly all aspects of law, from...

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Updated on: January 22, 2024 · 4min read


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