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Old 05-29-2008, 09:45 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by RWood View Post
At one time you could assert your copyright by simply including the line "Copyright (c) 19xx by <some name here>" the "(c)" was required to secure the international benefits of copyright outside the US.
Actually, "(c)" is legally meaningless. The ONLY legally recognised versions are:

1. The word "copyright".
2. The abbreviation "copyr."
3. The correct copyright symbol,

"(c)" is very often seen as a "substitute" for "" but it carries no legal value whatsoever.
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