Looking for advise on the best copyright site to protect my work. I know there are free ones, but are they reliable? Or should I pay for a better option. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I assume you are in the US. In which case the only place that there is any point registering is the US Copyright Office. And I would not bother doing that either. I just assert copyright and send a DMCA.
by Wayne Barrett4 years ago
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