Why pay for every single copyright when you can get
unlimited free registrations for one low membership fee?
Register copyright of all your creations with Copyright House and receive:
1) FREE copyright registrations
With Copyright House you don't pay for each individual copyright registration. When you join Copyright House, you'll get as many free copyright registrations as you need.
2) No hidden charges
It's disappointing when you pay for a service, only to be confronted with unexpected fees, not mentioned beforehand. At Copyright House there are absolutely no hidden charges. You pay a fixed low fee for your membership and nothing more.
3) FREE affidavit, certified in the presence of a UK Commissioner of Oaths
In the case of infringement of your work, when legal action is needed, Copyright House will provide a free affidavit (worth £90). This affidavit can be presented to the lawyer and court dealing with your case.
4) Secure uploads and storage - Encrypted copies deposited in solicitor's office
Uploading your files should be safe and secure. With Copyright House all your files are uploaded through a secure private server, not through a shared hosting server. Your files are then downloaded, encrypted and stored in fire-proof datasafes. Encrypted copies are also deposited in the strong room of a solicitor's office and in a secure bank vault.
5) Instantly downloadable certificates of registration
Immediately after every uploaded file in your secure upload area you can download the particular certificate of registration for that file. You'll also receive this certificate by email as a pdf attachment. The certificate shows: your name, company name (if applicable), username, title of registered work, file name, file size, registration ID, date and time of registration, security code and any other information about the registered work.
6) Unlimited copyright registrations
As a creative artist you have unlimited potential to create. So why not have unlimited freedom to register all those creative expressions! With Copyright House you can register all your work at any time during your membership - at no extra cost.
7) Unlimited Gigabytes Space
There is no limitation to the amount of space you can use. Even if you need many Gigabytes to register all your files, then you can do so. Copyright House doesn't have a "fair usage policy". Because of browser limitations the maximum file size for each individual file is set to 1000MB (1GB), but you can split larger files and upload the different chunks into your copyright account - at no extra cost.
8) "Real Copy" copyright
If somebody else claims to be the owner of your work, you will need to show strong proof that you are the copyright holder. Copyright House stores an exact copy of your registered work. In the case of infringement, this genuine, tangible copy, along with your Copyright House Certificate of Registration, can be presented to the court dealing with your case.
9) 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee
In the unlikely event that you're not fully satisfied during the 30 days after opening a copyright protection account, we'll reimburse the money you paid. No questions asked.
Plus, I am grateful for the time, help and guidance which Copyright House has provided."
Frédérique Patterson, Author, Poet, Chiswick.
What can be registered?
Copyright gives the creator of an original work, in any medium, protection from that work being copied. These mediums include:
e.g. Paintings, photographs, diagrams, logos, sculptures, architecture.
e.g. Books, ebooks, poems, manuals, song lyrics, computer programs, databases.
e.g. Plays, mime, dance.
e.g. Songs, instrumental works, symphonies, operatic works, melodies.
A typographical arrangement refers to the layout of a work such as a book or web site. This includes how words and pictures are arranged, fonts used for various texts, overall format etc. A typographical arrangement can have its own copyright protection even if the contents are already copyrighted.
Recordings (film or audio)
Films and TV shows may have many different elements that have their own individual copyright protection such as musical compositions, designs, dialogue, screenplay etc. However, the producer(s) would normally get the rights or permissions for these individually copyrighted elements and maintain ownership of copyright for the complete production.
Sound recordings of a work are considered to be separate from the work itself and can therefore have their own copyright protection.
A broadcast can have its own copyright protection even though the elements - such as music, film clips, audio clips etc. - may have their own copyright. As with films, the producer(s) of a broadcast would normally get the rights or permissions for these individually copyrighted elements and maintain ownership of copyright for the complete production.
A broadcast can be audio or visual and can be transmitted via cable or by wireless methods (including satellite). Copyright law relating to broadcasts does not currently extend to internet transmissions.
|Duration:||You pay:||You get:|
|Lifetime Membership||For this you can register any amount of work, incl. updates, with nothing more to pay, ever!|
|10 Year Membership||For this you can register any amount of work, incl. updates, with nothing more to pay, for the next 10 years.|
|Yearly Membership||For this you can register any amount of work, incl. updates, with nothing more to pay, for the next year.|
|Monthly Membership||£5.99||For this you can register any amount of work, incl. updates, with nothing more to pay, for the next month.|