Thursday, 22 January 2009

How do I copyright my million dollar ideas?

It's very popular question. Indeed, How do I copyright my million dollar ideas?
That's right answer from Yahoo Answers:

Ideas cannot be copyrighted, only the EXPRESSION of ideas.

Federal statutory copyright comes into existence when you fix the idea in a tangible medium of expression. However, you gain additional rights by placing a copyright notice on it (either by placing the word "copyright", or the c in a circle symbol, your name and the year in which you fixed it in a tangible medium of expression) and when you register the work with the Register of Copyright -- whose office is located in the Library of Congress. You can get the forms to register your copyright online at

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