It protects all of the copyrightable content: creative works, such as the particular selection and arrangement of the definitions, but not the words or definitions themselves. So you can't photocopy the dictionary, but you could (in theory) transcribe the factual information, none of which is covered by copyright (in the USA).
No; single words and short phrases are not eligible for copyright protection.
The New Century Dictionary with a copyright of 1944 comes in a 2-volume set. The 2-set volume is worth close to $40.
Yes. No element of a 1877 dictionary is protected by copyright.
There are a number of different parts that are obtained in a dictionary. These include the sections, which are listed in alphabetical order and the cover of the dictionary itself.
The edition notice, on the reverse of the title page, should include the copyright date. If not, online library catalogs usually include that information.
Commercial uses of copyright-protected works include publishing, broadcasting, and so on.
In the "Collins Gem English Dictionary" the final word is Zygote.
Yes. Virtually anything you encounter online, unless specified otherwise, is protected by copyright.
One of the features of a dictionary is to include the pronunciation. The Oxford English Dictionary is one of these, and is generally regarded as the most exhaustively comprehensive.
It depends on the level of creativity and originality in the content of the definitions.
The first page is the title page. It has the title, author or editor, publisher, and copyright date.
Sometimes it depends on what type of dictionary it is.
Copyright is defined in Title 17 of US Code. The most recent laws that involve software include the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
Yes Copyright Content includes all media from the INTERNET.
found a set dated 1927 so I'm anxious to find out . monty
The copyright on the font is the same regardless of its usage. The embedded metadata on the font software should include rights information.
There are a number of places to find a Japanese to English dictionary online. Some of the best options include Denshi Jisho, Babylon and Heartful Dictionary.
It depends on the type of material. Books have notifications on their copyright pages; movies include notifications in the credits; fine art may not be marked at all.
The information found in a dictionary can include the correct spelling of words, their meanings, examples of their use, and clues as to the origins of words.
There are plenty of words in the English language that have dict in them such as dictionary. Other words include verdict and diction.
Although notification is not required for protection, most include the word copyright and the (c) indication, the year, and the rightsholder. For example, see the bottom of this page which says Copyright (c) 2011 Answers Corporation.
$5000 in US currency from Oregon...so much cheddar comes from tillamook
It really depends on the dictionary. Some include more words than others.
In the United States, any work published before 1923 is in the public domain (= not under copyright). For more information, see the detailed chart on the duration of copyrights in the U.S. at http:/www.copyright.cornell.edu/public_domain .