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The copyright owner can licence copies or adaptations of the work (e.g. translations, movie rights to a book etc). A licence is a contractual agreement between the copyright owner and user that limits how the user can use the work.
To find out more about copyright see Jisc copyright guide
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(1) Resources use licensed stock photos depicting actors and models
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(3) Any person depicted in the licensed material is a model
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