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best edition
for purposes in copyright: the edition of a work that the Library of Congress determines to be the most suitable for its purposes
bundle of rights
the six exclusive rights in copyright ownership vested initially and exclusively in the author of a work.
fair use
legal defense to a copyright infringement claim, allowing minimal takings of copyrighted material for purposes such as scholarship, research, and news reporting.
public domain
material, such as music or other intellectual property, available for unrestricted use on which the copyright or patent right has expired or that has no copyright
statutory rate
for a mechanical royalty, the government-established maximum rate paid by the label for the recorded use of intellectual property on a consumer-distributed phongram such as a CD. paid on a per-unit basis, the rate is tied to the individual song, or for longer works, to the work's length. the rate is periodically adjusted.
first sale doctrine
limitation upon copyright recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1908 and subsequently codified in the US Copyright Act, section 109, as a limitation to which all copyrights are subject. The doctrine of first sale allows the purchaser to transfer (i.e. sell or give away) a particular, lawfully made copy of the protected work without permission once it has been obtained. That means the distribution rights of a copyright holder end on that particular copy once the copy is sold