What information is on a copyright page?
In the United States, a copyright notice generally consists of these elements::
1. the © symbol (in some cases (c) is substituted), the word "Copyright" or abbreviation "Copr.";
2. the first year of publication; and
3. the owner of the copyright, either by name, abbreviation, or other designation.
The best resource for determining copyright term is the Hirtle chart, maintained at Cornell. http://www.copyright.cornell.edu/public_domain/ Another source is the Copyright Office. http://www.copyright.gov At the copyright office page, click on "search copyright information," then click "search the catalog." Note that this only includes materials from 1978 forward. See the "search copyright information" page for instructions on searching pre-1978 records.
2010 If you scroll to the bottom of any website if it is copyrighted it wall say copyrighted (the copyright sign) then the year it was copyrighted In addition, one needs to be aware of the fact that the year at the bottom of web pages gets updated as time goes on. This means that if it says "Copyright 2010", the owner of the page has probably updated the copyright information to reflect that copyright…
The title page is at the beginning of a book or document and shows the name of the work, the Author's name and sometimes a dedication. The Copyright page is usually at the end of the book and shows references to resources and has a copyright paragraph. The copyright paragraph states that no one can copy this article or work without the express permission of the author.