Answered By: Karen Keiller
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2015     Views: 28

Copyright protects a wide range of materials including (but is not limited to)

  • all original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works
  • sound recordings and broadcast signals
  • books, pamphlets, lectures and other writings
  • CDs, DVDs, software, illustrations
  • websites

Copyright does not protect ideas or facts but it protects the forms in which those ideas are expressed.