posted a year ago
Yes, copyright can be considered a type of intellectual property. Copyright is a legal concept that grants creators certain exclusive rights to their original works. This includes the right to reproduce, distribute, and perform the work and the right to create derivative works. Copyright protection exists in order to encourage creativity by giving creators some control over how their work is used. While copyright law varies from country to country, it typically lasts for the author's life plus 70 years. After that time, the work enters the public domain and can be used freely by anyone.