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How do I copyright protect my new software application?

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SEAL™ Files instantly protect and redundantly archive your new software applications for as little as $2 each! What is a copyright?
Copyright is an internationally accepted form of intellectual property law which protects authors' rights to the work they create. Your new software application has copyrights the instant that you commit it to some sort of tangible media, or is "ready to be copied". Now that you have spent all that time and effort on your new code or script, it is important to protect your copyrights. By registering your work with a credible 3-rd Party, you will discourage other people from "borrowing" your code.

According to the US Library of Congress, most computer programs, software applications and databases are categorized as "Literary works".

SEAL™ files allow you to securely date-stamp and redundantly archive your new software application's copyrights online instantly! Real-time international copyright protection! Learn how

The US Library of Congress defines "Literary Works" as follows:

Literary Works

Literary works include nondramatic textual works with or without illustrations. They may be published or nonpublished. Computer programs and databases also are considered literary works. Plays, dramas, and screenplays are not in the literary works category (see Performing Arts page).
Why do I need to protect or register the copyright on my new software application?
Problems can arise if you are required to provide credible evidence of when you first created your new software application...

While in theory, any new software application has copyrights the instant you "hit save", in this Internet age, we highly recommend that date-stamping your new software application becomes the second thing that you do. The sooner you can produce credible evidence of your copyright ownership of your new software applications, the better off you will be. Read more

No matter what, your SEAL™ file will always credibly represent the earliest moment in history that your new software application was in your possession...

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