Friday, October 17, 2014

Understanding Copyrights

Copyrights were established to protect intellectual property so ideas could not be stolen without legal protection. Copyright laws are often broken every hour, but the legal process is simply for the person who created the idea. Once an idea is brought to comprehension and created in real time then it is automatically copyrighted by the creator. If the creator wants to protect it they should mail a copy to themselves or send it to a close friend or relative for legal protection if they cannot not afford a legitimate copyright. It would be wise to get the documents notarized or stamped with dates by the post office. The copyright office does have a website to process copyrights on your own with listed fees. To learn more about copyrights visit 

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