Copyright a Song in the U.K. It is essential for musicians and other entertainers to understand how to copyright a song in U.K. If you are a music artist or a singer/songwriter in the United Kingdom, it’s imperative that you know how to copyright a song in the UK as music copyright laws vary greatly… Continue reading Copyright a Song in the U.K.
Like a company name, a t-shirt design cannot be copyrighted. However, whether for a book, song or video, names are sometimes protected by copyright law. How can copyright a t-shirt design? If a design contains a work of originality, copyright protection can apply. Like a company name, a t-shirt design cannot be copyrighted. However, whether… Continue reading Avoiding Copyright Infringement When Buying A T-Shirt Design
A copyright page usually precedes the Table of Contents and subsequently follows the Book Title page. This page should include essential details such as: Copyright NoticeAuthor(s) NamePublication YearPublication and Publishers InformationEdition InformationHistory of PrintingWebsiteLegal NoticesCredits to contributorsInternational Standard Book Number (ISBN)A DisclaimerIf you are looking to copyright a self-published book, these are the important things… Continue reading How to Copyright your Book
You’ve come up with a great idea – for a book, a song, a video clip, an invention, or some other original work. Obviously, you want to protect your idea from theft. So you’re naturally wondering if you can copyright your idea. The answer may be confusing: yes AND no. In the UK, and around… Continue reading How to Copyright an idea
To understand what copyright infringement is, it is important to firsts start by understanding what is meant by the term copyright. In law, copyright is a term used to refer to one of the categories of Intellectual law protection. Its primary relevance is to protect an artist’s exclusive rights of ownership of an original artistic… Continue reading Copyright Infringement
The concept of copyright started from Great Britain. In 1710 under the Statute of Anne.
According to United Kingdom laws, copyright is the right of ownership an individual can exercise on an original intellectual property creation. This right is exercised under the copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988.