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How do I say copyrighted material in Japanese?

Is 著作権のある資料 a good translation?

I want to say that uploading copyrighted material is prohibited.

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Yes, that would be the most natural phrase in Japanese. The whole sentence should look like:

「[著作権]{ちょさくけん}のある[資料]{しりょう}をアップロードすることは[禁]{きん}じられている。」 or


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