Can the copyrighted material be licensed?
A license is a contractual agreement between the copyright owner and user which sets out what the user can do with work. Once the owner is the rightful owner of a work, he can provide authorization for others to use or exploit his work. Such authorizations are commonly referred to as “licenses” and may or may not entail paying the rights owner. Naturally, it is always recommended to seek expert legal advice before negotiating a licensing agreement.
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