Is it okay to get Intellectual property rights for my songs? posted by Maria Kim Manahan
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I've been writing songs for 10 years and I plan to make an arrangement regarding that. A friend told me to get Intellectual Property rights for my songs. It's kinda pricey here. look at the charge: http://full-suite.com/services/intellectual-property-filing/
Should I go for it? what do you think?
Thanks in advance!
If you are refering to a copyright,most definitely. If your work is not
protected,you can lose a fortune. You can copile an album,and copyright that.
Why let someone else claim songs that came from your soul.Never leave yourself unguarded.
I've heard about such situations. I thought that it is possible only on the highest, commercial level. There were a lot of occasions when the beat, sample or rhythm was stolen.
As a writer, I was very surprised to find some pieces of the novel, and some of my critical essays at the resource that offers cheap essay for college students.
Good for you, that you know who did that with you. But I can do nothing with the guys who manage their business on the Web.
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