COPYRIGHT IS A BUNDLE OF RIGHTS
Copyright in simple terms can be defined as the exclusive right to copy the work for which the author has the right for copyright. It is the right of a person to copy the work in which the copyright subsists. It is also the right to do or authorizing others to do certain acts in literary, dramatic, musical, artistic works, cinema films and sound recording.
Copyright is not a single right, but a bundle of rights:
Every copyright holder, by virtue of the copyright available to him, gets a number of rights. In other words, copyright is a collection of bundles of rights. By getting the copyright, the author, maker, producer and other get many main and ancillary rights. So the dictum ‘Copyright is not a single right, but the bundle of rights’ is the truth.
Rights of Copyright Holder: (Section 14)
There are many rights available for this owner. Some of them are
Literary, Dramatic or Musical work:
The following copyrights are available, they are to reproduce the work in any material form including the storing of it in any medium by electronic means, to issue copies of the work to the public not being copies of the work to the public not being copies already in circulation. To perform the work in public and to inform it to the public. And to make adaptations in the work.
To reproduce the work in any material form including depiction in three dimension of a two dimensional work or in two dimensions of a three dimensional work. To communicate the work in public and to make any adaptation in the work.
It has the same rights as of the Literary works and also to sell or give on commercial rental of any copy of the computer program.