Re: Re: clothing design copyright
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Posted by Chu Kano on November 25, 2003 at 11:00:11:
In Reply to: Re: clothing design copyright posted by Joshua on November 03, 2003 at 13:07:29:
: : I have a few original designs for some clothing items. I would like to manufacture and sell them with as much protection from theft as possible. Since I am not rich I need to do it as cheaply as possible. Any suggestions?
: If you are tremendously low on money and cant afford to go to the corthouse and get your stuff copywrited then you can always get what us poor people call a "poor mans copywrite" basicaly to copywrite something you have to have a government seal on it... the post office just so happens to have... a government seal... so if you mail yourself what you want copywrited and dont open it you have a government seal on it and if someone trys to steal your idea then you can take your stuff to cort and it is copywrited... i am a song writer so that is the way i copywrite all my songs... but if you break the seal on the envalope it becomes void.... so make sure to keep it closed....
: I to am a songwriter and aspiring clothing designer who happens to have been studying copyright law for the past two years. As of 1998, the copyright law in America has been as follows.
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