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    • 1.

      Learn the Difference Between Registered and Non Registered Copyrights

      by Michelle L Devon - 2006-12-01
      The United States Copyright Office has a wealth of information about copyright laws and procedures, but the question still remains about whether or not you should register a copyright when you create ...
    • 2.

      What Is U.S. Copyright Law?

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-17
      The US Copyright Law grants rights to individuals for the works they create. The US Copyright Act of 1790 has changed over the years. The current basis of US copyright law is based on the Copyright Ac...
    • 3.

      What Is Fair Use Copyright Law?

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-23
      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...
    • 4.

      How Does Music Copyright Infringement Affect Me?

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-26
      Music copyright infringement happens all around us every day, by people downloading music from their favorite social networking site to the guy who's reselling MP3s. Most people who commit music copyr...
    • 5.

      How To Use Copyrighted Music Legally

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-26
      Free copyright music is often mistaken with free public domain music or music in which the copyright has expired. A copyright is in place for the lifetime of the author plus 70 years. If more than one...
    • 6.

      How To Copyright Your Music To Protect Your Future Royalties

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-28
      Many musicians confuse copyrighting music with registering music; these are two different things. According to the law in the United States, once you have written or recorded your music in a permanent...
    • 7.

      Understanding Software Copyright Laws

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-28
      Software copyright laws are among the most difficult to enforce among the masses. Many companies and corporations are well known for overlooking these laws, which were designed to protect the creation...
    • 8.

      How To Copyright And Patent Your Software

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-28
      If you're wondering how to copyright software, the good news is you've probably already done it. At least you have if you have ever written software. Most people get confused over exactly what having ...
    • 9.

      Understanding International Copyright Laws For Software Programmers

      by Brian Scott - 2007-05-28
      Is there one governing law for international software copyright? According to agreements by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIP), any...
    • 10.

      How To Avoid Copyright Infringement

      by Brian Scott - 2007-06-03
      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 o...