Copyright is an intellectual property right chiefly concerned with original written works and the typographical arrangement of published works. Copyright owners have the exclusive right to copy their work and to issue copies of their work to the public, and it is an infringement for anyone else to do so without the copyright owner's permission.
Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws to the creators of "Original Works of Authorship" …. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works … [and] generally gives the owner of copyright the exclusive right to do and to authorize others to reproduce the work in copies; to prepare derivative works based upon the work; to distribute copies; and to perform and display the work publicly.
Pezzottaite Journals publishes work written by third parties (the copyright owner), and it is important that we obtains the proper authority and rights to publish this material. We need to ensure that the material we publish does not infringe the copyright of others. Pezzottaite Journals must acquire the legal rights it needs to publish material and the rights it needs to manage and protect the material it publishes.
We are intended to respect the copyright of others, and it must to sure that we have proper authority to use material that has already been published elsewhere and is owned by someone else (for example, reusing material in our own publications or in photocopying third party material).
This section provide complete information on the subject matter and allow access to different permission forms, to maintain ‘Point Zero’ stage of copyright issues in publications by Pezzottaite Journals.