Shadowviking wrote: That said, a copyright isn't going to stop anyone who really wants to copy your work, and what are you going to do then? Sue some kid over the internet?
Personally, I'd go for a Copyleft or Creative Commons ShareAlike anyway.
Tedward wrote:Copyright is automatic. You don't have to go "get" it. Adding a Copyright statement to a written work is nice (ie: Copyright John Smith, 2010) but no longer necessary under the law in most countries.
Aliencat wrote:I used to work as a media design for an advertising company, and what we did, whenever we had finished a design, save a copy on a few cd's and mail them to ourselves in a datesealed envelope.
Advertisements get everywhere if you do it right, so there's no way of keeping people from using bits of it, but with a datestamped unopened sealed envelope, you can always prove you were the first one to make it, if things get down to that.
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