A nonprofit’s website is often the first impression donors, participants and the community may get of the organization. So, you want to make sure it is informative and engaging and makes a positive impression. But in this era of copy-paste culture and easy sharing, how can you protect your nonprofit’s website’s content and design code from unauthorized use? That’s where copyright law comes into play. Copyrighting a website is a crucial step to safeguard your intellectual property, but it can be a complex and often misunderstood process. In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Mike Hobbs with Troutman Pepper will unravel the intricacies of website copyright and will guide you through the essential steps to protect your nonprofit’s website.
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