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Content is Key

Ownership is tied to authorship:

  • Identify all authors
  • Identify all copyrightable works

A starting point in any project is to fully assess what is copyrightable in the work and who created those works. In many cases, there may be many copyrights in a work.

Example:  Web pages 

Each of the elements of a project may be eligible for copyright, as well as the compilation of the elements. Depending on how the project contributions are structured, there may be many owners of a single work, many owners of separate works or a consolidated owner of the collective work.

If you have questions about how to identify the copyright assets in your work, contact UW TechTransfer.

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