RE: Is your documentation copyrighted? The official how-t...

Subject: RE: Is your documentation copyrighted? The official how-t...
From: Ed Gregory <edgregory -at- dttus -dot- com>
To: fxm -at- mcnet -dot- ch, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: 25 Jan 2000 13:58:56 -0600


Subject: RE: Is your documentation copyrighted? The official how-to page

The United States Copyright Office, an arm of the Library of Congress, oversees
the process and has the best how-to, background info, and, of course,
downloadable forms in PDF format.



http://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/

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Subject: Re: Is your documentation copyrighted?


"Mark L. Levinson" wrote:

> The ever-mysterious Katav writes:
> By the way, _IS_ your documentation copyrighted? Does
> anyone in your company know how to copyright a
> document. (It is relatively simple, but most often not
> done.)
>
> The issue is whether the copyright is registered, and
> yes, registering it is a good idea, relatively simple,
> and most often not done.

> Mark L. (*not* for Lawyer) Levinson
> markl -at- gilian -dot- com
>

OK then , how do you register?
F. Meyer



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