COPYRIGHT REGISTERED FEATURES
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Each piece of work you create should be registered for copyright. For example, if you’re a designer, you should copyright each design. If you’re a musician, you should copyright each song you create, each set of lyrics, each album cover artwork, and so on.
Copyright lasts at least the length of the author’s/creator’s life, and often for a further 70 years after the death of the author.
When you register a copyright, you’ll receive an official certificate to validate the copyright and prove you are the owner of the copyright.
Linking to your copyright certificates
If a copyrighted work is published, either online or offline, a great deterent against someone copying that work is to include a link to your copyright certificate on or next to the work. Within your copyright account, you may choose whether each copyright certificate is private, invitation-only, or public
Copyright Cyberwebnic provides legal affidavits for extra proof of copyright ownership, where we legally swear that you are the owner of the copyright.
If someone copies your work online
If someone has copied your work online, we can protect your rights by serving an official ‘take-down’ notice. This gives official notice to the person who has infringed your copyright to remove the content quickly. The notice is sent to the person who has copied your work, the actual web host, or a search engine, setting out that they are either hosting or linking to material that is infringing copyright, and giving them notice to remove the copyrighted works. Websites and hosting companies are required to remove the material, and search engines must stop linking to the infringed material. As well as removing copied work from smaller or unknown websites, Copyright Cyberwebnic also works closely with major websites (such as eBay and YouTube), and all other search engines (such as Google), to ensure your copied work is removed quickly.
If someone copies your work offline
Copyright Cyberwebnic has a range of proceedures to stop offline copyright infringement. The most common is to issue a cease and desist letter – a document sent to an individual or business to stop illegal activity (“cease”) and not take it up again later (“desist”).
There are times where the copyright owner wishes to transfer the ownership of the copyright to another party. For example, a designer may create a logo for a client, and transfer copyright ownership once he has been paid for the work. Transferring copyright can be done very quickly and easily from within your copyright account.
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HOW IT WORKS
Apply for a copyright account
Registering your copyrights
As soon as your copyright account is activated, you will have access to the copyright system to register and manage your copyrights. It’s a very straight-forward process to register a copyright – simply enter the details of the copyright following the on-screen prompts. If you have files associated with the copyright such as images or documents (all file types are accepted), you will be prompted to upload them. As soon as you press the ‘save copyright’ button, your copyright will be registered and you will receive confirmation by email with an official certificate attached to that email.
Managing your copyrights
You can log in to the copyright system at any time from any device to view copyright details, download certificates and affidavits, edit copyright details, register more copyrights, and so on. You can also download any of your original files at any time – a great backup of your work.
If someone copies your work
Log in to your copyright account and enter some brief details about which work has been copied, and where the copied work appears. We will then deal with the infringement, and get the copied work removed from the internet.