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How is a copyright different from a patent or trademark?

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A copyright protects the original and/or artistic original expression of an idea that is fixed in a medium of expression. A patent protects the novelty or invention of an idea, the actual idea itself, the use of an idea. The trademark identifies the source of goods and services.

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