Copyright

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How to File a Copyright

To file a copyright, follow these simple steps: 1. Gather detailed contact information on all contributors to the work of authorship (Citizenship, Residence, Year of Birth). Be sure to include all persons related to the copyright- writers, inventors, copy writers, marketing persons, and anyone else related to the project. 2. Find a patent attorney. A […]

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Infringement of Music Copyright – Copyright Lawyers Continue to Struggle in Protecting Music Online

Copyright lawyers have any number of challenges in the online world of the World Wide Web. The ability to copy and distribute digital media, including text, music and images, all of which may be copyright protected, allows for infringement to occur at a seemingly unstoppable rate. As is noted by so many commentators, however, copyright […]

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Handwriting Experts Vs Autograph Authenticators

A sorry economy will have Uncle Will and Aunt Nelly checking the attic for that letter they said that they had received in 1963 when Rose Kennedy thanked them for the Masses they said they had their priest say for the soul of President John Kennedy. Why, it probably is worth quite a bit of […]

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Immunity For Internet Service Providers Under the Communications Decency Act (CDA)

The rise of user-generated content (UGC) has been staggering over the last ten years. Often referred to as UGC, consumer-generated media (CGM) or user-created content (UCC), the concepts are all the same. A domain owner puts up a website which allows third party users to post content, video, pictures, comments, posts, biographies, and the list […]

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Copyright Law Basics

What EXACTLY are Copyrights? I will begin with a basic description of copyright law with a brief example. A Copyright is best described as a set of rights granted by the government for the expressions of ideas or information. Quite literally, it is the set of rights the owner has to allow copies of the […]

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Online Copyright Law Problems

Copyright law is one of the most important and relevant aspects of the legal system when it comes to doing business online. Most webmasters will at some stage encounter copyright law problems which must be addressed, whether that’s an alleged violation of someone else’s rights on their part, or someone else is violating their rights […]

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Can You Profit From Public Domain Works?

This article will discuss three ways YOU can profit from public domain works.  Public domain works are those artistic works: books, art, music, etc. that are no longer protected by copyright.  Once the copyright is no longer valid, the works pass into the public domain and anyone can freely use them for fun or profit.  […]

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How Do You Protect Your Business Ideas?

Coming up with a viable, concrete and feasible business idea is not child’s work. It requires a lot of logical thinking, calculations, adjustments and re-adjustments. Once the idea has been put into place and it seems to thrive, other people will always come up and try to steal that idea away from you and probably […]

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How to Copyright Your Own Work

Recently, one of my articles was placed on a site without proper credits. It was brought to my attention by this site (EzineArticles.com). I had submitted my article to them for posting, when to my shock; they informed me that someone else was claiming ownership of my work! After contacting the potential plagiarizing site, my […]

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Plagiarism and the Web

It seems as if plagiarism runs rampant. Sadly, not too many people think the problem is too serious. If this happened elsewhere, the guilty person will be ostracized, or even worse, sent to jail. It’s a big crime, and to do it, you’re no better than the scammers that run amok all over the web. […]

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