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With the Internet, many folks think that copyright laws no longer exist. However, you still need to remember a few things:

  •  A work doesn't have to carry a copyright mark to be copyrighted.


  •  Movement from document to digital (scanning a page in a book, for example) does not "cancel" a copyright.


  •  The source where you obtained the work is immaterial. Taking an image from a newsgroup or Web site doesn't make it legal.


  •  No such thing as a "blanket" copyright exists. Permissions must be individually obtained for each work, each time you want to use the work.


  •  Changing an original doesn't change the copyright. You may tweak the Mona Lisa in Photoshop, but the copyright still doesn't belong to you.

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