The Polish copyright does not grant diverse protection to different kinds of works. The rule is that every work constituting a manifestation of individual creativity, established in any form, irrespective of its value, purpose, or form of expression, constitutes the object of protection.2 In particular, the subject matter of copyright includes: works expressed in words, mathematical symbols, graphic signs (literary, journalistic, scientific and cartographic works, and computer programs); artistic works; photographic works; string musical instruments; industrial design works; architectural works, architectural and urban planning works; musical works as well as works with music and lyrics; theatrical works, theatrical and musical works as well as choreographic and pantomime works; audiovisual (including film) works.
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