Copyright is an unregistered right that arises from the creation of artistic work. Copyrighted works are e.g. literature, music, art, sculptures, photographs, computer programs, etc. Unregistered copyright means that it does not need to be applied for or registered.
Copyright is divided into two categories: moral copyright, which is always owned by the author, and economic copyright which the author can transfer to others or license for use. To ensure that copyright is demonstrably available, it is appropriate to publish the work in some way, as it may be difficult to demonstrate the copyright of unpublished works. Copyright lasts until 70 years after the author's death.
The ISIPO only provides general guidelines on copyright. Copyright is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Business, but various copyright organizations provide guidance and advice in this area. Copyright is related in various ways to the intellectual property rights that the ISIPO takes care of, and for example, it is not possible to register a trademark that contains anything that is protected by copyright.
In a nutshell:
e.g. music, books and photos
which emerges upon publication
Financial rights can be transferred
Lasts 70 years after the author´s death