Category: Articles

Articles and opinion

Defending indie music with Safe Creative

We speak with Patrick de Arteaga, creator and user of our platform, who tells us about his experience using Safe Creative and Safe Stamper in a case of plagiarism of his music. Q- Hello Patrick, tell us a little about yourself. What do you do, what projects do you have, your background … Hello! My name is Patrick de Arteaga… Read more →

Technology to avoid going out.

Many countries in the world, and millions of people, are experiencing something that has never happened to us on this scale. Given the new reality that we are going to have to experience for weeks or months, staying home as much as possible is key. For more than a decade Safe Creative has been offering the most advanced tools to… Read more →

Make it easy to reach you

Through the public information page of your works your fans can contact you. And that’s much more important than it may seem. The public information page is your best guarantee and partner in providing updated registration information. In general it fulfills several functions: Provide direct and updated information on the status of the registration. Registration of rights, declaration of rights,… Read more →

Safe Stamper adds Blockchain to its proofs

Since January 2, 2020, all the proofs generated in Safe Stamper incorporate the strength of the Ethereum blockchain. What is blockchain? It is a database in which all types of computers worldwide participate in a distributed way to validate that the written information is correct. Thus, what has already been written cannot be altered in the future. Anybody can check… Read more →

10 types of works that too can be registered

We often find ourselves in doubt about what can be registered (and how), what generates copyright, and what doesn’t. Here let us explain some of the many types of creations that too can be registered along with the occasional advice to keep in mind. 1.- Comic characters: The comics, obviously, generate copyright, it happens as with original drawings in general.… Read more →

Your copyrights as an employee

Marelisa Blanco, the “Dibugada“, which is a word play with the meaning of cartoonist (“dibujante” in Spanish) and lawyer (“abogada” in Spanish), explains what to consider about your rights for works you create in the company where you work as an employee. Moral rights might not apply in some jurisdictions such as in the USA. Here you can follow Marelisa… Read more →

Registering drafts

Copyright laws state that in order for copyrights to be born, the works must be final. This made special sense in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries when in order to register a work it was essential to provide physical copies of them. In such a context it made sense to conclude that a work was a work when it was… Read more →

Summary South Korea Event

On June 27 we had the honor to participate, invited by the Government of South Korea, at an event about copyright. The Korean Copyright Commission organized an event around public licenses and new technologies. South Korea’s culture minister chaired the conference. We were one of the companies invited to share their experience and knowledge as the world’s leading private registry… Read more →