Answered By: Aaron Dobbs
Last Updated: 2014.Aug.14     Views: 49

Copyright law currently grants implied copyright protections for any works created and expressed in a fixed medium (such as webapges, paper, photos, paintings, videos, etc.)

In addition to copyright, another option you have for expressly approving reuse of your creations is Creative Commons (CC) licenses. CC licenses allow you to give blanket permission for specific reuses of your work. See the Creative Commons website for more information about these options.

The original authorship appearing on a website may be protected by copyright. This includes writings, artwork, photographs, and other forms of authorship protected by copyright. Procedures for registering the contents of a website may be found in Circular 66Copyright Registration for Online Works.

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