Q. Are materials without any copyright notice or copyright statement copyrighted?


Copyright protection is automatic when an author creates and expresses his work in a tangible form.

The use of copyright is simply a notice of claim that copyright exists.

Works without copyright does not imply a waiver or absence of copyright.


  • Last Updated Mar 18, 2019
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  • Answered By OIKLS Scholarly Publishing & Impact

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