Our Copyright protection formula (updated). Why we stopped submitting to NL.

Starting Oct, 2016 heres how our super strong copyright protection formula works.

CopyrightsWorld officially produces every 30 days, a digital Web Archive, entitled “Copyrights World” (ISSN: 1791-9142. Registered to the “International identifier for serials and other continuing resources, in the electronic and print world” in Paris). Every submission of work our members make between the 1st and the last day of every month, is included in this Web Archive with all the relevant details attached. (eg Poem entitled “The sky”, poem’s body text, and the author’s ID details linked to it.)

Our Web Archive is initially submitted to Google’s data centers (cloud) and gets timestamped (formatted RFC 3339). At the same time the archive gets propagated to Amazon’s data centers (cloud) and gets another timestamp. (As from Octomber 2016 we stopped submitting our Archive to a National Library of a EU country as a physical cd-rom. This is because the submission process was extremely slow and our current protection formula is already super strong without that submission.). Still, another physical copy is kept at CopyrightsWorld Vault as well. 

When the above process is completed, you will receive (at no extra cost), your official “Copyright certificates” via email. These certificates include all the required information to prove your copyright (all timestamps and file sizes from Copyrightsworld and partners / third parties), like the date and time you submitted any creation, your CWID (CopyrightsWorld ID) that is linked with and your personal identification details.

CopyrightsWorld database timestamps and protocol numbers included in the Web Archive, gets linked to all those third party timestamps and are finally included in the Copyright Certificate you will receive.

This certificate, that links everything together, is your ultimate evidence of possession for your creations! As a result, this is a clear proof of ownership! (e.g. my creation with Title “the sky” and Protocol Number #1242 was submitted to the CopyrightsWorld, under my name in “Copyrights World” Web Archive, issue 14, date 14 January 2007). Timestamps from multiple and highly credible third party partners verify the above.

This is undeniable evidence of possession of your intellectual work that only CopyrightsWorld™ provides, and immediately defines you as the beneficiary of your work.