Information here has been sourced from the BDAQ Copyright Handbook, by R D Brandon First edition Aug 2001 & permission granted to use it. For most of us there is a misconception as to what is Copyright. The Copyright laws are most difficult to fully understand & even more difficult to manage. For this reason.. read more →

You may be infringing on a copyright by: Reproducing, making public, broadcasting the work or part of the work (not necessarily a proportionally large part but should be an important part). Authorising any of the above &/or using material that infringes the above. Note that importing; selling or distributing infringing material is also an infringement of.. read more →

Common Misconceptions about Copyright: WRONG The law states that you are not infringing copyright if you do not know the work is subject to copyright. WRONG The client has paid for the work & therefore owns the copyright. Unless copyright is assigned, the client is only licensed to deal with the work in a particular.. read more →