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if you do anything creative like make youtube videos paint portraits or compose your own music you may want to learn how to copyright your original content but before you start filling out paperwork let us show you the basics this video focuses on how to copyright your content in the United States and it should not be taken as legal advice when you create an original work you automatically own the copyright at the moment you write it down or record it it may surprise you how quick and easy this can be but even if you simply draw something on a napkin you are not required to do anything else to legally possess the copyright however registering your work with the US Copyright Office will help you if you ever need to defend it in court to register content with the US Copyright Office go to www.deewr.gov.au/rjcp - email or their website once your work is registered it will be added to the Library of Congress keep in mind that certain types of content cannot be copyrighted such as facts procedures names titles and recipes that only lists ingredients you also can't copyright things like choreography or speeches unless they're saved somehow like in a video or audio recording regardless of what you create understanding how to copyright your work can help give you peace of mind GCF global creating opportunities for a better life
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