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Copyright comes into place automatically when we produce original creative work: this work could be an identity, brand, design, strapline, website (in fact any creative or innovative item) so long as IT is ‘new and original’. Copyright ownership allows us the protection of creative material once it becomes publicly available.
As the original creator, we retain the right to preserve the copyright and protect how the work is used, and how broadly it is to be used.
Clients may request in writing that copyright is licensed or assigned to the them, either in advance or retrospectively, for an agreed remuneration. Where it is agreed that copyright is to be licensed or assigned, and even when it is included in an original agreement, this is deemed to cover the creative work in its original form only and it is not to be used in any other form other than that which it was agreed and paid for.
The client therefore accepts that it may not take any original design or innovative works produced by Dynamics Media and subsequently alter the design, or engage another firm to alter the design, without prior reference and payment to Dynamics Media as the originator.
In some cases, design and development projects utilise modular programs or elements of which the Intellectual Property (IP) is already owned by a 3rd party (e.g. Microsoft). Therefore ownership of these parts of the solution remains with the originator.
For example, when buying a copy of Microsoft Word the purchaser may use it however much they want to, or not use it, or throw it away – the choice is theirs. However, although they paid to own that copy’s license , they do not own the source code that produced it, and therefore cannot rename, edit it, or sell it on as their own without breaching the IP rights of Microsoft. In a similar way, clients pay for our time to produce creative work for their business to make us of. They do not own the work itself, nor the source code used to create or develop it.
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