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Re: Signatures & Poor mans copywrite

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Janjarreau
Tue, 9 Nov 1999 10:54:40 EST


Thats too bad Larry, that you got ripped off like that. I agree about signing
your name. My professors have always told us to sign our name. They also want
it on the back neatly. Next you said put a little c with a circle around it.
You should then register it. I have the address on file & can look it up if
anybody wants it. Here is another thing you should do at the very least. Take
a picture of the work, put it in a self addressed stamped envelope, (I
initial the seal & write the title of the work there so I will know which one
it is) then I mail it to myself. Next put it on file & let a Judge open it if
it should ever be in question in a lawsuit. The DATE is also what is
important here. This is called the poor mans copywrite. This is better than
nothing at all.
Janice Jarreau
janjarreau

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