|Teaching material in the network||How to protect my work||Bad practices: plagiarism|
|Protocol materials online||Frequent questions|
Copyright is defined as the set of legitimate rights of a natural person over its work of a literary, artistic or scientific nature; legal persons can also be holders of rights in certain circumstances. The current legislation in force establishes that the author can obtain some benefits for his intellectual work and his contribution to the culture in general, for a limited time.
This right is included in the Intellectual Property Law: On February 21, 2014 the "Boletín Oficial de las Cortes Generales" the Bill that modifies the rewritten text of the Intellectual Property Law, approved by Royal Legislative Decree 1/1996 of April 12, and Law 1/2000, of January 7, of Civil Procedure.