On 30/07/13 21:48, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
If you take a printed copy and a CD copy of the spreadsheet. Add all of
the documentation about how, and when you made it. Then mail it to
yourself. Make sure it is sealed very, very well, so no one could say
you placed the stuff in the envelope at a later date.
What you describing is usually referred to as _The Poor Man's
Copyright_. http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-general.html is
description of its validity in the United States.
http://www.snopes.com/legal/postmark.asp describes issues with using it
in the United States.
http://www.copyrightauthority.com/poor-mans-copyright/ provides examples
of why it usually is not accepted as proof of copyright.
mailing to start and then get involved with a copyright lawyer.
If the idea is to prove dates, then have somebody other than your lawyer
notarise each page, and give the resulting notarised on each page
document to your attorney. But this only works in countries in which
there is no central registration, _and_ where such registration is not
mandatory for pursuit of damages in a court of law.
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