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    I've wondered; what about using pictures from the Internet for book covers, that do not have watermarks? Is this considered stealing or is it allowed since the pictures are available online? What would the recommendation be for that?

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    Here are a few questions of mine:

    1. At what point/length should a writer protect their work?

    2. Is copy-writing expensive? If so are there any ways that a writer/artist can protect their work if they can not afford to pay for its protection?

    3.Would you say that plagiarism has gotten worse, with the invention of the internet?

    Do you have any thoughts on these matters?

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    THREAD IS NOW CLOSED!

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