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 Can I copyright my website?

Answer "In the UK, copyright automatically exists if the work physically exists - e.g. as a manuscript, computer program etc. There is no formal registration system and there are no forms to complete. As ... Read More »
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How to Copyright a Website in the United States?

Most countries in the world are signatories to the Berne Convention, and as such do not require registration in official offices - notice of copyright is enough. The USA is also a signatory, but th... Read More »
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Information on Violating Website Copyright Laws?

Copyright law protects an original work of authorship as soon as it is reduced to a tangible medium, even without a copyright notice or federal registration. Although standard copyright law applies... Read More »
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Do all items have to have the copyright logo to be considered a copyright?

Under U.S. law, copyright protection attaches automatically when a work is created. Use of the © symbol has not been required since 1989. Using the copyright symbol can be beneficial, however, bec... Read More »
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Can you use images of bbc tv sHow is on your website Im going to make a doctor who fan site but am not actually sure where i can use doctor who images from without it braking the bbc copyright?

I'm not entirely sure about this one. So to be safe, I'd email the BBC and ask them.That'll be the best way.Good answer. The BBC often provides material as long as you give them the credit for it
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