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How to apply for copyright

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Lisa Moore, Principal, The Moore Firm, LLC: “It’s very easy to apply for a copyright registration. You can do it online. The Copyright Office’s website is actually an excellent resource. The process is changing. Back in the day, you had to fill out the form depending on what you were registering. The Copyright Office changed that, and they're now utilizing one common form that can be done online. It's much cheaper that way, $35 and you get your registration back much more quickly. If you mail in the old paper forms it takes somewhere between a year and two years to get it back, but if you do it online it's somewhere between three and six months.

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