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Old 05-07-2012, 04:23 AM   #5
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The tricky part is PROVING it. Hence formally applying for copyright. Or doing the cheap way of using registered mail and mailing yourself a copy of your manuscript (don't open it; it can be used as evidenced that you are the author of the work).
Dear me, is that old chestnut really floating around still? . Believe me, it has absolutely no legal standing whatsoever. Any amateur magician knows a dozen different way to get things in and out of "sealed envelopes".
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