• What does the sign "c" mean?

    Irina Fateeva
    Irina Fateeva
    February 4, 2013
    What does the sign "c" mean?

    Many articles and other publications in periodicals today are marked with the symbol "c". But what does the sign with at the end of the publication mean? Let's try to figure it out.

    In accordance with copyright laws, the corresponding “c” is part of the copyright symbol. It consists of several parts: the direct graphic designation "c"; the names of the full owner of the respective copyrights; year, when the author's work was published for the first time.

    If a work has several pages, then it is not necessary to put a “c” on each sign. Simply place it at the end of the story and the copyright will apply to the entire work. If you want to copy some of the work, then, in order to avoid misunderstanding, you need to make a link to the author and his work. Then this inscription will not be a plagiarism.

    Now you know what the sign “c” means at the end of the story and how to avoid plagiarism by using someone else’s work for your own purposes.

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