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Derivative Works Right

Definition

The exclusive right of copyright owners under 17 U.S.C. § 106(2) to prepare new works based on their preexisting works. Examples of derivative works include novels adapted into screenplays, newer versions of computer software, and three-dimensional sculptures based on paintings.

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