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Jul 7th 2003#112078 Report
Member since: Jan 14th 2003
Posts: 50
site from a friend of mine: http://www.cyclocrossonline.be

rip 01: http://home.planetinternet.be/~gicasso/index1.htm
rip 02: http://users.pandora.be/frankvdbroucke/
both are made by the same thief.

while called upon, via mail and then phoned by my friend, he started the discussion by posing that my friend stole his sites !
Then he began shouting and insulting him of thief, prick, etc.. etc..

My friend hung up, a few minutes later he rang back, just to go on with the rant !!

What can he do ?

Oh, btw, feel free to send him an e-mail, hehe.
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Jul 7th 2003#112079 Report
Member since: Jun 4th 2003
Posts: 64
LMAO! I sent him an e-mail. You know dude....this is what sucks about people who can't afford to copyright their sites, such as me for example. I can only setup an insurance policy by having people sign, date, and initial a chart to testify they witnessed me build everything I create. *sigh*
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Jul 8th 2003#112181 Report
Member since: Jul 16th 2002
Posts: 352
The funny thing is, the rips arent even that good and on both of the rips, when u right click, it says ┬ęGilles R. or something like that.lol
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Jul 8th 2003#112183 Report
Member since: Mar 18th 2001
Posts: 6632
The first one looks ripped, but not the second one.

And you don't have to pay to copyright anything. It's copyrighted automatically.
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Jul 8th 2003#112189 Report
Member since: Aug 10th 2001
Posts: 793
The best way protect yourself is to keep all the original files...

If you keep you .psd with all you layers, lyaer effect of you design it will be the ultimate proof thasn you are the creator of the page...

simple yet effective...
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Jul 8th 2003#112316 Report
Member since: Jun 4th 2003
Posts: 64
Too bad it's not the same with music. I can't even post my works, because they aren't copyrighted. *shakes head*

Anyway, I would ask your friend if he has all the .psd files, as Delisk said.


Christopher William Coddington (Xzandar / cwcandromeda),
CWCONLINE Administrator/Webmaster
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Jul 10th 2003#112642 Report
Member since: May 28th 2003
Posts: 90
Originally posted by cwcoddington
Too bad it's not the same with music. I can't even post my works, because they aren't copyrighted. *shakes head*


Im not sure how it is with music but i do know that any graphics or sites which you produce or anything to do with design for that matter is actually copyrighted to you. You dont need to buy a copyright. I would look more into it cw as i think it would make a good selling point for your site (provided your music is any good lol):D
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Jul 10th 2003#112739 Report
Member since: Jul 5th 2003
Posts: 80
http://dubtastic.com/tutorials.shtml

Go there...concise and informative article about copyrights.

hope it helps.
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Jul 12th 2003#113139 Report
Member since: Apr 15th 2002
Posts: 1130
yeah.. all you need is to make a psychical copy of the original materail.. burning a CD with it all is enough to give you a copyright...

thats how i understand it when i read about it around on the net and such...

Same with music btw...
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Jul 12th 2003#113153 Report
Member since: Jul 5th 2003
Posts: 80
but in any case...listen to deker, keep your original PSD files. oh, and DON'T flatten all the layers .
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