You own the copyright on material you create until you sell it to someone else.
Assuming you own the copyright before you post it, you still own it after you post it. Unfortunately, the public does not universally respect the copyright of online information, and you may find people try to copy it or reuse it as their own. Also be aware that most publishers consider posting on a public website "publication." So, for example, you usually can't sell a short story you've posted on your personal website, because it's already been published.
You will still own the copyright, but you have authorized everyone to make a copy. They own those copies. Like a book that was purchased at a store, they do not need your permission to dispose of the copy you authorized them to make.
When you publish something on the internet, there is a presumption that you expect and implicitly license anyone with access to make at least one copy for their own use anywhere in the world. This is because of the nature of the internet, and to view a file it must be downloaded and copied. However, this license does not extend to other uses for their own profit or commercial benefit (e.g., saving money by downloading fifty copies of a technical journal for your entire staff).
It is okay to write a book on something that is copyrighted, but you cannot publish your work unless you get permission from the author.
"The big book of pointlessness that is copyrighted forever in the uNITED kINGDOM"
It was copyrighted in 1960
Not at all, the text is copyrighted as soon as it is written.
A book is copyrighted when it is written. It does not have to be published to have the protection of a copyright. In order to bring a lawsuit regarding a book will mean it has to be officially registered.
You don't. Fan fiction cannot be legally published because you are writing about something that is copyrighted to the other author.
You can't. The book is copyrighted so it is illegal.
With the permission of the copyright holder.
The entire book is copyrighted. The holder owns all distribution and reproduction rights. Use of any parts without the permission of the owner would be a violation.
Short phrases such as book titles are not protected by copyright.
September 2006 but its copyrighted 2005...........
No, all books that are published are copyrighted, you will need the permission of the publisher to do this.
Fair use applies to quoting or copying copyrighted writings. For example, it is fair use to quote a sentence from a copyrighted book or article if it is relevant to something you are writing for publication. It is fair use to copy anything for your own personal use, not for profit.
The entire novel is copyrighted. While one cannot technically copyright a title, the book is a copyrighted work. The holder can bring suit against anyone that violates their rights.
The only way a work created by you can become 'not' copyrighted, is if you've voluntarily given up those rights.
No matter what, if you change an already copyrighted (or not) book, you must have it re-copyrighted, or it will not officially "exist", or in general, be published. Even if it's your own book, and you're just changing up some spelling issues/grammar issues, you still have to get it copyrighted (again), probably under a "new edition", or the like.
No where. It would be illegal to post something like that on the internet.
Knopf; it is distributed by Random House.
Yes. Logos or pictures of chess pieces can be copyrighted. For instance, the book covers of "Battlefield of the Mind" by Joyce Meyer or "Breaking Dawn" by Stephanie Meyer display chess pieces, and are copyrighted.
I have the book copyrighted 1901
Yes, it is
Generally, you have to contact the owner of the copyright to use copyrighted materials.However, if you've already purchased the copyrighted materials (like a book or a movie) and are reselling them (e.g., to a used book store), then you don't have to get permission and you aren't infringing on the user's copyright.
You shouldn't be able to get it anywhere.Breaking Dawn is a published, copyrighted book. You need to buy the book whether you get the actual book, audio CDs or download it from the Internet. Book writing and publishing is a BUSINESS and Stephenie Meyer and everyone else who works hard to make these stories available to us deserve to get PAID!
You can buy a legal copy of the book. It is copyrighted.