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No, if it does not come under the exceptions provided by the copyright law, permission is needed from the owner to use his work.
A freelance photographer or writer, for instance, usually owns the copyright of the photographs that he takes or the work he produces. However, again, the terms of the contract can change this. Therefore, if the production of his work is handled through a contract he should carefully check all the clauses to understand who owns the copyright and under what terms.
It is not recommended to give up the copyright claim of his work.
A copy of a movie, short film or video, and a separate description of its general nature and content must be sent to the copyrighting agency. Different deposit requirements apply to individual elements of a movie. The copyright agency website has additional details about what you must submit and the format it must be in.
The owner cannot use photographs protected under copyright for reporting current events without obtaining the permission of the respective copyright owner. The exception applies to the use of all other types of copyright materials, but not photographs.
Both, logo that includes artistic or design elements, (i.e. not just the name on its own), is legally regarded as being a work of artistic creation and therefore will be protected under copyright law. Whereas, a trademark can be applied to the logo as it is an identifying mark of the brand identity. Registered trademarks are applied within a particular country or region and typically within a trading sector. A trademark will only cover the mark within that region or trading sector.
It will end after the period of 25 years from the end of the year in which it was published.
There are two kinds of music copyrights, the owner can apply- The traditional ©, ‘C in a circle’ copyright, applies to the composition, musical score, lyrics, as well as any artwork or cover designs, as all of these are individually subject to copyright in their own rights, (though when you register, you can include them all in a single registration provided they have the same copyright owner(s)). The second type of copyright applies to the sound recording itself and is signified by the ‘P in a circle’ phonogram copyright symbol.
A recording of sounds, from which the sounds may be reproduced or a recording of the whole or any part of a literary, dramatic or musical work, from which sounds reproducing the work or part of the work may be produced.
Copyright in broadcasts expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the broadcast was made.