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Determine if Your Work is Protected by Copyright. ... Create the Appropriate Symbol. ... Identify the Year of Publication. ... State Your Name or the Name of the Copyright Owner. ... Place the Copyright Notice in Your Work. ... Include a Rights Statement.
A copyright symbol, or word, A date, An author's name, and. A statement of rights. A statement of rights is not a requirement.
The best and simplest way to copyright your website content is to add a copyright statement to your site's footer. The most common place is at the very bottom of each page.
Determine if Your Work is Protected by Copyright. ... Create the Appropriate Symbol. ... Identify the Year of Publication. ... State Your Name or the Name of the Copyright Owner. ... Place the Copyright Notice in Your Work. ... Include a Rights Statement.
Some examples of works eligible for copyright protection are: Literary, musical, graphic, and sculptural works; Motion pictures and other audio-visual works; Derivatives of protected works, such as a sequel (i.e. the Star Wars movies); Original compilations of facts, such as a field guide.
Commit the work to a tangible form. Copyright is automatic once a work is created in a tangible form. ... Publish the work. ... Place a copyright notice on your work, along with the date and your name. ... Register your work with the United States Copyright Office.
A website graphics, content, visual elements is copyrighted at the time of development. So putting the copyright notice on the bottom of a site states that the material displayed is not to be used without permission of the owner.
The Copyright Office does, however, recommend registration (even on websites) if you should require protection in a court of law. The registration of your copyright makes it more difficult for the infringing party to claim innocence.
Check the bottom of the web page for a copyright date. You may see copyright information or a publication note. Read this information to see if it provides an original date of publication. ... However, a recent copyright or update means that the site is active and being updated, so the information may be trustworthy.
Obtain royalty-free images from reputable sources. There are many websites that purport to have free or royalty-free images for use on the Internet. ... Do a background search on any image before using it. ... Take your own photos.
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