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Posted on 1997-03-01
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where can I find a cheep place that I can Copywrite my pictures on my web page?  I would like to purchase one!!!
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As I understand it, if the pictures are yours i.e. You took the pictures or you drew them and they contain original subject material (you didn't take a picture of the Mona Lisa), then they are copyrighted to you anyway. There is no need to buy the copyright. Simply state on your page that the pictures are Copyright ©1997 Yourname and thats it.

BTW - This is British Law, it may be different elsewhere but it's crazy if it is.
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