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You will next be reading the individual articles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and viewing public service announcements on those articles. Before you begin, check your understanding of the following words:
The word copyright means:
Copyright means: The legal right to be the only one to make copies of a piece of writing, art, a photograph, music or other artistic creation. If you created it, it’s yours, unless you give permission for someone else to copy it.
The word pirate means:
Pirate means: To use or reproduce somebody else’s work without their permission in order to make money.
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