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Re: Signatures & Poor mans copywrite

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rwilkin
Tue, 9 Nov 1999 13:28:41 +0500


I learned just recently that the poor man's copyright will no longer
up in court due to the latest technologies and what can be
accomplished with them. BUT copyrighting is not as expensive as it
used to be.
Reatha

Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 10:54:40 EST
Subject: Re: Signatures & Poor mans copywrite
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>
From: Janjarreau
Reply-to: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet>

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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Reatha Wilkins Fine Arts Dept. Carolina Forest Education Center High School Myrtle Beach, SC

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