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In these Web pages, you'll find questions and answers, definitions and links to other resources that may help you learn more about copyright and your rights and responsibilities under the law. However, it's important to know that copyright law is complex, and interpretation of copyright law is subjective. Publishers or artists seeking to protect their work may have a different perspective from students or educators looking to use it. There are no black-and-white answers when it comes to copyright.Because faculty and staff have different rights under copyright law, as well as different concerns, we've divided this information into:
Disclaimer: These Web pages are designed to educate and inform DCCCD employees about copyright and should not be construed as legal advice. DCCCD employees should contact the Legal Office at 214-378-1703 for specific guidance related to copyright and intellectual property issues.