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On 07/30/2013 11:16 AM, csanyipal wrote:

how can ( if can ) one protect her/his LO Calc document ( spreadsheet ) with
a copyright license?

What is the preferred way to eg.: share a Calc document, but protecting it
from expropriate?

Or is it sufficient to protect a Calc document with a password?

Where will you be sharing it? If you have no plan of sharing it - copyrighting seems unnecessary. If it's a book or something you are sharing - you should file a copyright with your copyright office as nothing we can do will legally protect your documents. If you are sharing it just to individuals you might want to ask them to sign something saying they won't profit from it or share it further. I suggest talking to a copyright attorney if it's something valuable.

Protecting with a password has nothing to do with copyrighting.


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