How to Get a "Poor Man's" Copyright

by Nathan BoehmeUpdated September 18, 2017

A "poor man's copyright" is basically just a copy of your original work that you mail to yourself, which is used in case anyone ever questions your work's authenticity. Learn more in this free video series.

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Nathan Boehme is a writer, director and editor who currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He has worked extensively as an independent filmmaker for more than 10 years, producing and directing a wide variety of projects ranging from short films and music videos to promotional ads and feature length documentaries. Boehme has received festival awards for best writing, editing and directing.

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