What is Copyright infringement?

What is Copyright infringement?

When you reproduce, copy, sell, or distribute someone else’s creative work without permission, then you may have committed what the law calls copyright infringement. 
The law gives quite a bit of leeway for individuals to reuse bits and pieces of the creative work of others without permission through the “fair use” doctrine, but this part of the law does have limits.
If you have been accused of copyright infringement and want to know about your rights and options, feel free to contact New Media Rights via our contact form to find out whether you qualify for free or reduced fee legal services. We also offer competitive full fee legal services on a selective basis. For more information on the services we provide click here.
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