Thread: Copyrighting websites
08-22-2006, 12:33 PM #1jss05aGuestCopyrighting websites
If I was to copyright my website, would every single item included in it be copyrighted as well. For instance, if I upload people's original music on there (not mine), is it protected by my copyright?
08-22-2006, 12:41 PM #2
No, it's also illeagal if their music is coppywritten.She doesn't get enough cocaine
She doesn't get enough hard
She doesn't get enough pure
She doesn't get enough
08-22-2006, 01:02 PM #3
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No, you can copyright your domain name, and you can copyright YOUR material that YOU OWN on it, but you can not take over ownership from someone else's material by posting it on your site.
thas like me stealing your car and parking it in my garage and then saying, sorry, is in my garage, is mine now!
08-23-2006, 05:57 PM #4
Originally Posted by Mathiau
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Music is a funny old business..
For instance if you created a video you can get a License from CMLC to put any 10 music tracks from any artist on your video aslong as it was played on the day of filming..
http://www.cmlc.org.uk/first.html should be your first source if you want to host music on your site.
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