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Mckon's Question Moved from the Front Page
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Here is mckon's question moved from the front page:
 
Hi
 
I am an inventor, a novice, I have an idea for a software. If my idea can be develop into a software, it will bring about a revolutionary change in how we send and receive e-mail, and how the whole e-mail system works.
 
At the moment I do not have the funding to protect my idea.
 
I want you to answer some questions for me.
 
1.  Do idea for software need to be patent or copyright?
 
2.  If I disclose my idea to a second party by signing a non-disclosure (confidentiality) agreement form. will my  Smileyidea be protected?
 
3.  How do one go about reaching (signing) agreement on line?
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