null

Intellectual Property Notice

"Imitation is not flattery, it's lack of creativity"

All copyright and other intellectual property rights subsisting in this Site and its contents, including without limitation all text, images, graphics and code contained in the Site, and in its look and feel (collectively, the "Contents") are owned by Zoey's Attic or members of its group of companies, or by third-party providers. Except where otherwise specified, you may view, copy and print the Contents only for your own use, provided that all copies and print-outs of the Contents bear the copyright and other proprietary notices and disclaimers displayed on them on the Site. Zoey's Attic reserves the right, but has no obligation, to change the Contents at any time.

Other than as specified above, neither the Site nor any of its Contents may be modified or copied in whole or part in any form, including by framing, incorporation into other websites or other publication, or be used to create any derivative work. No links to the Site may be included in any other website without Zoey's Attic prior written permission. None of Zoey's Attic nor any of its group companies' trade marks may be used without the Zoey's Attic prior written permission. Zoey's Attic reserves all its rights in such trademarks.

Other than as specified above, nothing on the Site should be construed as granting any right or license. Zoey's Attic does not guarantee that you have any right to use content available on the Site that is owned by any third party, and that third party's permission will not be required before you use such content. None of the Content s may be changed, nor may any copyright or author attribution notice appearing on any of the Contents be altered or removed, without Zoey's Attic prior permission.

They say imitation is a form of flattery, But honey it's time you ...

Here is some additional information on Intellectual Property and Copyright infringement:

When is my work protected?

Your work is under copyright protection the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device.

Do I have to register with your office to be protected?

No. In general, registration is voluntary. Copyright exists from the moment the work is created.

Who Can Produce Derivative Works?

Only copyright owners have the exclusive right to produce derivative works based on their original, copyrighted works. Copyright on original works of authorship is automatic, and registration—while it does carry significant benefits, like the right to sue for infringement—is not required for a work to be protected; protection attaches immediately when the work is completed. However, a copyright owner can grant permission to someone else to make a derivative work based on his or her original—if permission is granted (in the form of a license or assignment), then creation of the derivative work is not infringement. But if the original isn't yours and you don't get permission to use the original from its creator, then you're infringing that author's copyright.

www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-general.html#mywork
www.legalzoom.com/articles/what-are-derivative-works-under-copyright-law