Tag: copyright questions

Why using certified mail as “copyright registry” is not a good hack

Sending a certified mail to oneself is what some people call “poor man’s copyright”. Truth be told, this system is a combination of both popular beliefs and urban tales. Certified mail doesn’t certify content First of all, there is one big difference to consider when comparing this “hack” to private digital copyright registration services. A certified mail certifies that an… Read more →

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Can I use a screenshot as evidence at a trial?

Last month, Google received over 91 million URL removal requests, from copyright holders and organizations who represent them. This number has been increasing month by month: Since there’s an increasing number of people who decide to take action and claim their copyrights when their works are being misused online, it makes sense that more tools should appear to facilitate making… Read more →

Safe Creative unifies the Premium and Professional account services.

Safe Creative’s account model is simplified: Basic or free, professional and corporate The professional account becomes more affordable by lowering its price. All Premium accounts are upgraded to Professional ones, with more services at a lower price. Safe Creative joins into a single account the premium and professional services thus leaving three the ones that can be contracted: basic, professional… Read more →