how to you copyright ur stuff

  • bucky
    16 years ago

    that may be the dumbest question asked but i do not know the answer so could u please help me out

  • BaybeBlew
    16 years ago

    STOP WRITING IN CAPITAL LETTERS.
    They are used at the beginning of a sentence, not for the whole thing.

  • Blue•Water
    16 years ago

    Not only that but the advice is bogus!

  • Blue•Water
    16 years ago

    http://www.ucop.edu/ott/crbasics.html

    The above site contains reliable information about copyrights. If you read the part under the heading "Should I register my copyright?" you can see why it is probably not worthwhile to apply for a registered copyright.

    If you still want to apply for a registered copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office, this site has the instructions and forms for doing so:

    http://www.copyright.gov/register/literary.html

  • Atahan Tolunay
    16 years ago

    read my post under writing poetry section. there is a similar post there about copyright.

  • Mustardhart
    16 years ago

    The relevant sites provided by blue water are good, only if one can afford the cost of registering.

  • Blue•Water
    16 years ago

    The more important consideration is the cost of protecting your registered copyright if it becomes necessary. As you can see from the content of the UC website that I cited above, the legal costs involved in a lawsuit for copyright infringement can run as high as $150,000 (U.S.)

    Justice comes with a high price.