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Jody Thomas
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Form TX:  “Name of Author” vs. “Registrant”
« on: Dec 17th, 2007, 3:48pm »
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I believe Form TX is easy but I did have a Question:
 
I want to copyright my Web Site, which has my Company, “Thomas’s Company, Inc.” as the Registrant with a Domain Company.  I own the entire Company.  
 
I intend to put my name personally as the “Name of Author” and “Copyright Claimant” on the Form TX.
 
Is there a problems or issues with me personally copyrighting the Web Site  
If at the same time
My Company is shown as the Registrant of the Web Site?
 
Thank You in advance.
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Re: Form TX:  “Name of Author” vs. “Registrant”
« Reply #1 on: Dec 17th, 2007, 6:55pm »
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You should be good to go.  There's no requirement that the copyright owner of a website match the domain name registrant.
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