By following several copyright best practices, you can better protect your creative works from instances of infringement and plagiarism.
Developing and protecting your brand isn’t just a “cost of doing business,” but rather an investment in customer goodwill and recognition.
Carelessly posting content you don’t own to your social media page could result in claims of copyright infringement.
Given the time and effort that goes into creating and maintaining your blog, you should take steps to protect your work from copyright infringement.
Although incontestability does not mean invincibility, it’s still recommended that business owners apply after five years of continuous and exclusive use.
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