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Re: filmscanners: RE: filmscanners: Digital Copyright



In a message dated 07/23/2001 9:47:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
harper@wordweb.com writes:

<< Stan wrote:
 >What remedies are available in those countries that have no concept of
 
 >copyright registration?
 
 AFAIK you simply have to be able to establish that you originated the work.
  With written material, a suggestion which I have received was to send a
 copy of the work to yourself by registered mail so that an "official" date
 is established.  A cheaper and possibly less legally watertight method would
 be to send a copy to someone you trust and ask them to make sure they keep
 it.  You then have some sort of corroboration to your claim from another
 party.
 
 Rob
  >>

You would not have to send it certified, saving those postal fees.  Just send 
it to yourself regular mail, but DON'T OPEN IT.  If you ever need it, the 
contents can be proven with the postmark in an unopened and sealed state
Ed




 




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