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I recently posted an article about "copyright myths" at http://goo.gl/q6DA8. I was surprised by some of the statements in the comments section following that article. I decided to write a quick tutorial to help readers determine if a statement or article they find is protected by copyrights.
Can you use the information in your own research? Can you post the information online on Ancestry.com or other web sites? Can you publish the information in a book or even make a single photocopy to give to a relative? This article should answer many such questions.
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