Register your copyright

27th May 2005 at 01:00
It is often necessary to register copyright in your work in order to prevent it from being plagiarised. The traditional methods are to post an envelope containing the work to yourself or to obtain a lawyer's signature. Now you can do it with an online copyright registration. You save your work onto the site and the registration is recorded together with the time and date. As you proceed with the composition, idea or novel you can subsequently update the original entry. One file of up to 3MB can be stored for pound;3.99 per month, based on an annual subscription. Store two files for pound;7.79 per month, five for pound;18.40, 10 for pound;34.99 and 20 for pound;59.99. Log on now for one month's free trial.

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