What is Copyright Licensing?
Copyright licensing refers to the process in which a copyright owner grants permission to a third party to produce, distribute, or sell the copyrighted work. It involves authorizing the use of various rights associated with the work, such as copying, performing, displaying, or distributing a book, movie, or other creative work. The copyright owner, known as the "Copyright Licensor," provides a written agreement, establishing a "Copyright Licensee" relationship with the third party.
What is Software Licensing?
Software licensing involves the granting of permission by a software owner to a third party, allowing them to use, modify, create derivative works of, distribute, or resell specific software. This permission is granted through a "software license," which establishes the rights and conditions under which the software can be utilized.