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Who owns the copyright for MacroVOLT course materials?

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Who owns the copyright for MacroVOLT course materials?

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Whoever develops the course materials owns the copyright, unless the developer is being paid by an organization. In that case, the organization generally owns the copyright. Some of our Affiliates are nonprofit organizations that place their work in the public domain. By law, the U.S. Government cannot own a copyright; courses developed under Federal contracts are generally in the public domain. Developing your course on MacroVOLT or transferring a course to MacroVOLT does not affect your copyright. The original course will still be yours, and you also will own the copyright to the MacroVOLT version of the course. Copyright ownership means that you retain complete control of your own courses, whether they are delivered through MacroVOLT or any other form. From a copyright standpoint, ICF Macro is the printer or provider, and the Affiliate is the author and publisher.

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