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44 Who Owns Copyright? My Company or Me?

As the author of a creative work, you are the one who owns copyright to it unless you are an employee or the work is for hire. If you own the company, you can choose whether to own the rights or assign them to the company. Here’s how to make that decision.

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8 Copyright Protection for Blogs

Copyright protection for blogs can be efficient, effective, and affordable with a few simple tweaks to your website. That, plus an understanding of how the Copyright Office handles online work, will give you the protection you need.

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39 How to Protect Your Unpublished Writing

Can you confidently send a manuscript to editors and beta readers without the worry that your ideas will be stolen or your work infringed? There are ways to protect unpublished writing. And it’s easier than you think.

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6 When to Protect Creative Work

Deciding whether and when to invest time and resources to protect creative work can be a challenge. If you find yourself in any one of these three situations, you need to take action.

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