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  • What do I need to do if somebody takes photographs of my designs at a trade show? Do they need permission?

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    Worried about people taking random photographs at trade shows where you are showing your new designs? Read our new FAQ to find out what rights apply, what remedies you have when somebody…
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    Published: 28.08.12 at 12:14

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  • Don't get ripped off!

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    Being copied and someone else ripping off your creative ideas is a major concern once you start to sell, publicise and promote your creative work. You need to protect your ideas and make sure you…
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    Published: 23.07.07 at 19:30

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  • All that glitters...

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    When you show your work on websites, at trade shows or enter into relationships with national or international manufacturers, how can you safeguard against being copied? In addition, what sorts…
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    Published: 09.05.07 at 19:30

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  • How not to get ripped off in design

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    Being copied and someone else ripping off your creative ideas is a major concern once you start to sell, publicise and promote your creative work. You need to protect your ideas and make sure you…
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    Published: 09.11.06 at 18:00

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  • Reusing design

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    Reusing existing design and making new products is environmentally friendly, resourceful and clever. What's more, it appeals as much to the eco-warrior as to the design guru. However reusing someone…
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    Published: 21.09.06 at 19:30

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  • Knowing your festival rights

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    Are the issues of ownership impacting on the development of your festival? If you're worried about protecting your event concept and production ideas then this podcast will explode some of the…
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    Published: 20.06.07 at 19:30

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  • How to copyright your work

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    Copyright gives those who invest the skill and effort to create original work the right to prevent others from copying them. There is no copyright in ideas or concepts, but rather in the expression…
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    Published: 01.11.08 at 09:30

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  • Who owns the IP – the freelancer or the client?

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    This situation is complicated and varies with the type of IP right in question. But, in general, copyright will remain with freelancer (even if the work has been sold) as the owner of copyright…
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    Published: 01.11.08 at 09:30

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  • I run a website – what do I need to know about IP?

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    The laws of copyright apply equally to works on the internet as they do in the offline environment. As a result, it is an infringement of copyright to place a book, graphics or song on the internet…
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    Published: 01.11.08 at 09:30

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