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Legal Copyright Protection Of Copyright By Registration
by: Jim Brown. Many business owners have a lot of thoughts about their business. These thoughts can occur anywhere and they feel that since they thought of it first that they should be protected under the Copyright laws. The protection of copyright by r...

About Your Copyright
by: Susan Dunn, Ma, Marketing Coach. With the easy access of the Internet, more people are writing and creating and displaying their art publicly than ever before. As a marketing coach, I receive many questions about copyrights – how to get your own, and how to know about...

Copyright
by: Craig Lock. What is copyright? No one can reproduce your work with-out your permission - not even a personal letter. How much of a writer's work can be legitimately used? A poem of 40-50 words is generally considered to be OK. Usually one is not all...

Why Copyright?
by: Jill Black. Copyright gives the author or the publisher the legal ownership rights to control production, sale and distribution of particular documents or images. Protecting your intellectual property is a vital part ofcreating and selling your own ...

Everything You Need To Know About A Copyright Lawyer
by: Richard Cunningham. Copyright lawyers deal with many different subjects such as Internet law, intellectual property, patents and trademarks, and of course, your copyright laws. Each lawyer has attended school for some time to get a degree to help you, which m...

Understanding Copyright
by: John V. W. Howe. When you create original content, it is automatically copyrighted, but you should know about copyrights and how to specifically mark your work. Also, establishing the date of creation is very important.The basis for copyright law in the US...

Considering Copyright when using your CD Burner
by: Cd Duplication Plus. Copyright is the right to keep others from copying someone’s original musical work. If you are using a CD burner to copy an original work without the owner’s permission, you may be in copyright violation. People obtain copyright prot...

Views on Copyright
by: Jennifer Burns. From what is stated in the aim of copyright grants, the law in the first place intends to stimulate scientific progress, whereas protection of the individual moral and economic rights is secondary to that of the society. Following this pa...

7 Online Copyright Myths
by: Judith Kallos.  Possunt quia posse videntur. (Latin: They can because they think they can.)  One of the most misunderstood issues online has to do with copyright. Both with e-mail and Web site copyright issues. For some reason, as with many t...

When Does Copyright Expire On My Music?
by: Richard Cunningham. The expiration date on your copyrighted music isn't something you have to worry about, at least not in your lifetime. The music that you've written is copyrighted the moment you've put it onto paper or recorded it. The reason you don't hav...

What Is Music Copyright Law?
by: Richard Cunningham. With the popularity of the Internet, many people are violating music copyright law and do not even know it. Music copyright law can be very tricky. There are multiple music copyrights that you must keep in mind – lyrics, composition and ...

How To Avoid Copyright Infringement
by: Richard Cunningham. Copyright infringement is not an easy thing to explain. While it may seem as simple as not using someone else’s work, it’s not that easy. Thanks to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and many other organizations, we have the ability t...

What Is Fair Use Copyright Law?
by: Richard Cunningham. Many people are interested in the Fair Use copyright law. The Fair Use copyright law enables people to use portions of material that is copyrighted for the purposes of criticism or as commentary. The hard part for many people is understan...

What Is International Copyright Law?
by: Richard Cunningham. Many people are surprised to learn there is no international copyright law. Yes, that is right. There is not an international copyright law that will protect your work on the other side of the world. However, it is important to note that m...

Copyright: Five Facts every Scrapbooker needs to Know.
by: Antuanette Wheeler. Copyright: Five facts every scrapbooker needs to know!September 15, 2004 Copyright...five facts every scrapbooker needs to know! Copyright laws can be really confusing and complicated for the scrapbooker and the myths and falsehoods abou...



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