What is Copyright?
The best answer for that comes from the U. S. Copyright Office. I have encapsulated into a PDF document several FAQs from www.copyright.gov. If you do much Web surfing and are tempted to right-click and Save File As, then you need to become familiar with the law.
Stories 4 A Reasonable Hope, its text, and all original writings and images are the intellectual property of Christine Hunt unless otherwise noted. All rights are reserved.
If you would like to use a story or photograph from this site, contact me: RightLineEditing -AT- somtel -DOT- net.
Other helpful sites I found in my own internet research of this topic are:
- the Stanford University Library website: fairuse.stanford.edu/
- www.nolo.com—locate the top navigation tab ‘Patents, Copyright & Art’
Thank you for using this site respectfully.
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