Copyright details

Discussion in 'Web Design and Hosting' started by Lee768, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. Lee768

    Lee768 New Member

    can i just right the copyright details at the bottom of my site pages
    , as i created it so i own the rights, or is it not as simple as that. ( Looks a bit unprofessional without this at the mo) something like "
    2007 Steven Lee. All rights reserved."
  2. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Yes, you can just include a copyright notice
  3. Lee768

    Lee768 New Member

    thnx 4 reply. Have seen a few websites offering to copyright site 4 a small fee, So you don't think that is necessary say unless your a big company?
  4. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Just take a look at the copyright notice at the bottom of my website - that's all you need.
  5. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Copyright is implied whether or not you post a notice of copyright.

  6. mdmtim

    mdmtim New Member

    copywrite? ha!... it cost $50k to bring a copyright suit in federal court... so whether you want to humor yourself with that or not is up to you,,,your work is copyrighted when published,,, save your money on copyright fees,,, unless your willing to fork over $50k to defend your
  7. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    A copyright notice ads credibility though it isn't necessary. As I mentioned above, it is implied whether or not you place it on your site.

    If you decide to stop someone from using your work, there are many inexpensive ways to start. You can simply send out a Decease and desist order and take it from there. You can create it yourself at no charge. You can step it up from there.

    Often times, these matters are settled out of court.


    ~Newbie Shield~

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