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farmboy - 4:34 am on Feb 15, 2009 (gmt 0)
|It has not been my understanding that this is necessary. |
Not necessary to collect statutory damages? That's not what I understood from reading on the Copyright Office site.
I didn't ask that question directly of the attorney, but he did indicate that any action he would take on my behalf is much easier/more effective if the site is properly registered.
|but if practical would I not be under constant pitch to go after infringers for a split of the take? |
Not sure what you mean by that.
|I have never had any reason to think the trouble of pursuing beyond C&D was worthwhile, much as I would like it to be. |
Read the text concerning statutory damages on the Copyright Office site and then do what I did and talk with an attorney who deals in this area of the law.
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