1. No employee or student may reproduce any copyrighted material in print, video, or electronic form in violation of the law. The best way to avoid violating the law is by receiving express written permission from the owner of the copyright. Copyright laws protect works even if they are not registered with the U. S. Copyright Office and do not have the universal copyright symbol (©). To obtain permission to reproduce copyrighted works, contact the Rights and Licensing Department of the copyright owner or request permission online at copyright.com.
3. Penalties for staff, faculty, or students who violate the Copyright laws may include but are not limited to: the infringer pays the actual dollar amount damages and profits; the law provides a range from$200 to $150,000 for each work infringed; the infringer pays all attorney fees and court costs; the Court can issue an injunction to stop infringing acts and can impound illegal work; the infringer can go to jail.