Submitted on 22 January, 2020 - 12:34
1. The following are objects of copyright:
1) literary works;
2) dramatic and musical dramatic works;
4) works of choreography and pantomime;
5) musical works with or without text;
6) audiovisual works;
7) works of painting, sculpture, graphics and other works of fine art;
8) works of applied art;
9) works of architecture, urban planning, design and landscape gardening art;
10) photographic works and works obtained by methods similar to photography;
11) maps, plans, sketches, illustrations and three-dimensional works related to geography, topography and other sciences;
12) computer programs;
13) other works.
2. The protection of computer programs extends to all types of computer programs (including operating systems), which can be expressed in any language and in any form, including source code and object code.
3. The following are also objects of copyright:
1) derivative works (translations, processing, annotations, abstracts, resumes, reviews, dramas, musical arrangements and other processing of works of science, literature and art);
2) collections (encyclopedias, anthologies, databases) and other composite works that constitute the result of creative work in the selection and (or) arrangement of materials.
Derivative and composite works are protected by copyright, regardless of whether the works on which they are based or which they include are objects of copyright.