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How to Copyright for Free and Protect Your Content

Posted by Deepak Shetty on September 11, 2009

CopyrightMany times it happens you develop exclusive content and someone else uses it without having your permission as you have no copyright on that material. When you copyright your material, you are claiming it as your own so that others can’t copy or use it without your permission.. Now here is a website which shows  “How to Copyright for Free and Protect Your Content” for absolutely no money! in just 3 easy steps :

1)    Register on this site MyFreeCopyright
2)    Upload your original creation, and the site will create a digital fingerprint of it, store the fingerprint in a database and sends a copy of the fingerprint to you in an email.
3)    The email contains the verified date; the fingerprint verifies the digital creation, and your email address verifies it belongs to you.

Your content and creation is then registered and protected.

Note: You MUST keep the email that contains the fingerprint in it in order to make a claim at any point in the future as to the validity of your content.

So its time to get your digital fingerprints made today and don’t let anyone steel your content. As you are the one who has done all the hard work on it . There’s no reason for you not to copyright what you’ve done!


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