© (C in a circle) is the normal copyright symbol for most work types. ℗ (P in a circle) is used for sound recordings. How to use & where to get © ℗...
Four easy steps to protect your work and safeguard against disputes and infringement.
A watermark is a faint image or text that is permanently included in the image file, marking it as your work. It is a good way to deter copying of your images as anyone seeing the image can immediately see that it is your work.
The Protecting Copyright fact sheet has been produced to help authors of original works identify potential problems and understand how to more effectively protect their rights.
The copyright notices fact sheet explains how to mark your work to ensure the best effect and protection.
Copyright protection advice for clients who have registered work. The fact sheet describes points of interest and further action that may be of additional benefit.
Website copyright and specific considerations that apply to web design.
Writers copyright protection and information on copyright for literary works
A derivative work is a work that is based on (derived from) another copyright work...
Exploring copyright in photography, the rights of photographers, registration advice and specific considerations that apply to photographs.
Registered copyright logos and notices, available for account holders. These are an effective deterrent against infringement warning others that your work is properly protected.
Ten common myths and misunderstandings about copyright.