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Re: filmscanners: OT: Copyright Registration



In <Pine.BSF.4.21.0107232329360.46027-100000@yellow.rahul.net>, Terry 
Carroll wrote:

> That's my point; it doesn't at all.  Someone earlier had suggested that a
> US copyright registration would assist in the enforcement in other
> countries.  As far as I'maware, it does not.  Now, there's nothing that
> would prevent any country from setting up its system to take the
> registrations of other countries into account, but as far as I know, no
> country does any such thing.
>
When suing for copyright infringement in a foreign court, two of the things 
you have to prove is that you actually own the copyright to the item in 
question, and that the copyright has not yet expired. A copyright 
registration certificate from a reputable foreign body, such as the US 
Government copyright office, would be quite a compelling piece of evidence 
in such a case.

Brian Rumary, England

http://freespace.virgin.net/brian.rumary/homepage.htm





 




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