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Old Jan 13, 09, 11:49 pm   #1
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Is there any way to make my creation secured from getting ripped off?

I have written one book on fiction. I want to publish it now so that everyone can come across my creation but I have one issue that someone can copy my creation which I donít want so can anyone help me out to make my creation secured from getting ripped off.
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Old Jan 14, 09, 6:24 am   #2
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This seems to be more appropriate in OMNI, as it has nothing to do with FT (this is the FT suggestion forum, not for "general" suggestions) or with traveling in general.
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Old Jan 14, 09, 9:27 pm   #3
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Re:Is there any way to make my creation secured

I too think that this can happen that someone can steal your ideas and can make them his own but there is one way to save your work from getting it ripped off. You can do copyright of your work. There is an online service which will copyright your work to make it safe from any duplicity.
Best of luck.
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Old Jan 15, 09, 4:19 pm   #4
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sigh. same guy, 2 accounts, advertisement in signature.
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sigh. same guy, 2 accounts, advertisement in signature.
FWIW, both I had RBPed within minutes of their surface. No action has been taken so far.

It appears the threads in Suggestions Forum are generally "unattended" or ignored. Good suggestions (here & here) are getting silence treatment. While threads like this (free spam/ad) are happily sit where they are.
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Old Jan 18, 09, 10:33 pm   #6
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FWIW, both I had RBPed within minutes of their surface. No action has been taken so far.

It appears the threads in Suggestions Forum are generally "unattended" or ignored. Good suggestions (here & here) are getting silence treatment. While threads like this (free spam/ad) are happily sit where they are.
Hi lin821, I and I am sure many others, read and appreciate constructive suggestions.

I'd better not say any more on the matter of input into FT... usually there will be feedback, though sometimes suggestions seem to get a very low priority in terms of response.

Perhaps in these cases it could be constructive to send a note to your friendly TalkBoard volunteer, in case they can break the mystery with some feedback.

I imagine Senior Mods as hawks circling above any trouble (when they get away from their normal life, anyway )... just alert the SMs and I'd expect you'd get some kind of feedback. Nice people!
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Old Jan 19, 09, 11:50 am   #7
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Actually both look like suspended (likely for spamming) to me.
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FWIW, both I had RBPed within minutes of their surface. No action has been taken so far.

It appears the threads in Suggestions Forum are generally "unattended" or ignored. Good suggestions (here & here) are getting silence treatment. While threads like this (free spam/ad) are happily sit where they are.
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