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Your Work, Your Copyright: Take Control!

Artists commonly say enforcing their rights isn’t worth the time. But 65% of artists also report their work has been used without permission! We understand that copyright can be confusing and intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be.


Managing your Copyrights with RightsClick and Protecting Yourself Online

Presenter: David Newhoff and Steven Tepp

This webinar originally aired on September 21, 2022 and is approximately 1 hour long.


Artists commonly say enforcing their rights isn’t worth the time. But 65% of artists also report their work has been used without permission! We understand that copyright can be confusing and intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be.

RightsClick is a software suite designed to walk you through the steps to manage, register, and enforce your copyright rights—quickly and easily. Join us for this FREE webinar with co-founders (and creator advocates) David Newhoff and Steven Tepp. They’ll show us the RightsClick suite and how it was explicitly designed for the busy, entrepreneurial creator.

This webinar will cover:

  • Why it’s worth taking control of your rights.
  • The value of registration with the Copyright Office.
  • How you can take control quickly and easily with RightsClick.
  • Simple steps you can take to respond to infringements.
  • Q&A

Check out the generous Guild member benefit from RightsClick!

 

This is a FREE webinar for everyone.  Members can also access our entire webinar and teleclass archive for free. Won’t you consider joining today?

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The webinar link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the webinar. If you do not receive the link, send us an email.

More About This Webinar or Presenter

About David:
co-founder, 10+ Years Copyright Advocacy

Building on his background in film production and communications, David is a widely respected advocate of creators’ rights. Since 2011, he has written nearly 900 articles, on the blog The Illusion of More and elsewhere, endorsing strong copyright rights and questioning the tech industry’s assault on those rights. He has been cited by scholars and the creative community. In 2020, he published the book Who Invented Oscar Wilde? The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright.

headshotof David Newhoff

About Steven:
co-founder, 10+ Years Copyright Advocacy

Steven’s extensive background in IP law and policy began as an attorney for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, after which, he served as senior counsel for Policy and International Affairs at the U.S. Copyright Office and then as Chief Intellectual Property Counsel for the Global Intellectual Property Center of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Before co-founding RightsClick, he started the IP consultancy Sentinel Worldwide, and teaches copyright law at George Washington University Law School.k Who Invented Oscar Wilde? The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright.

headshot of webinar presenter Steven Tepp

 

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