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About Your Copyright
  By: Susan Dunn
With the easy access of the Internet, more people are writing and creating and displaying their art publicly than ever before. Here's how to get your own, and how to know about someone else’s work.

Is Your Intellectual Property Protected?
  By: Susan Dunn
Not knowing and protecting your rights can be costly.

Proactive Strategies Minimize Internet Confidentiality Threats
  By: Tim Rhodes
It was just a decade ago when companies could mandate that all employees, vendors and partners sign a confidentiality statement upon hire or project collaboration and feel reasonably confident that proprietary company information would remain safe. After all, data leaks can considerably damage a company's reputation, revenue stream and competitive positioning. Even worse, it can impact stock price, lead to unfair trading or violate federal or industry regulations such as HIPAA or Sarbanes Oxley.


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