Each day employees share copyrighted content with one another in emails, in sales presentations, in response to clients and business partners and in many other ways ? it?s just the normal course of doing business. But in the rush to get things done, even well-intentioned employees may unknowingly share copyrighted material without permission to do so, exposing your organization to the risk of copyright infringement. By developing a corporate copyright policy, you can provide clear guidelines to employees around the use of published materials and demonstrate your company?s commitment to respecting the copyrights of others. Here are six steps to help you craft a policy that meets your company?s needs and decreases your infringement risk.
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