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Thursday
Jan082009

Update Copyright Notices

Do you have a website or other marketing materials? Does your site or materials include a copyright notice at the bottom of the page? Have you updated that copyright notice to change the year to 2009?

If you have a website, you should have a copyright notice. In fact you should have a copyright notice for all of your marketing and printed materials. Your notice should include the first year the website or document was created and the current year. As an example, the copyright notice at the bottom of our website is set out below.

COPYRIGHT © 2004-2009, ALAN J. THAYER, JR. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED,

If you are behind in making this update, don’t worry, you are not alone. This morning I noticed several prominent, widely trafficked websites are also out-of-date. Even the Associated Press’ news feed contains a 2008 copyright notice. 

 

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