Q. What is the public domain?


Public domain is the legal name for a work that is not protected by intellectual property rules or copyright laws.

In the fair use arena, the term is often applicable when the copyright no longer serves as a form of protection for the piece of work. 

  • Last Updated Oct 02, 2019
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