You can’t sue for copyright infringement unless you do this 2019

Copyright Registration for your book or media – You can’t sue if it’s not copyrighted. The Supreme Court finally clarified the rules on when and if you can go after someone if they steal your book, audiobook, movie, etc. There are now specific rules of when you can do this. And if you don’t register copyright for your creative endeavor, you cannot sue for infringement. Check out this video.

Opinion analysis: A copyright owner can’t sue for infringement before the Register has processed its copyright registration application

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