Plagiarism v copyright, are they the same thing? No! Plagiarism is a concern for academics. If you have ever had to prepare a paper based on research at any education level you will know about plagiarism. Plagiarism is taking someone else’s idea and passing it off as your own. Whether or not that amounts to […]
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – If you write web copy for others, I hope you have good disclaimers in your contract for hire. If you are using a website copywriter, I hope you’re not making promises you can’t keep!
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Just because you can find it for free on the internet, does NOT mean that it is “public domain”. “Public domain” is a legal description about the rights attached to a creative piece – eg art, writing or design.
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www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Registered Trademarks aren’t everything. Even the Courts are beginning to recognise that customers are not stupid and that there is a recognised difference between paid advertising and natural search results.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – iiNet win on appeal by the film companies, but ISP’s be warned! In future the Court might not be so forgiving.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – A lot of people panic when they get a letter from a lawyer and simply assume that they have to do everything that is demanded.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – It’s tempting to do work on a handshake and worry about the details later. This often works. It tends to stop working as soon as one party starts making money. So what should you do?
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www.lawforyourwebsite.com – You can go to all the trouble of registering a trademark, but that does not mean you can protect it against “all comers”.