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Tsakanikas Law Copyright Statement

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Tsakanikas Law’s Basic Copyright Policy

In cases where we do discover that Tsakanikas Law copyright has been infringed, we will always attempt to notify the website(s) and or person(s) and request that the copyrighted material that they infringed be removed within 30 days. In the case(s) of no response or refusal, we will always pursue other avenues to have the copyrighted material removed. Also in the case(s) of no response, we will take action and choose one or more of the following options:

Contact the web host in which the copyrighted material is hosted on and state all of the facts concerning your copyright violation and request that all pages with copyrighted material be removed immediately.
Report the website participating in the Google Adsense program with the official Google Adsense policy violation form.
Report the affiliate involved with the website with Clickbank affiliate advertisements using the Clickbank “Submit a Request” form.
Report the offending page and or site to be removed from Google search index using the official Google content removal form on the basis of copyright infringement
COPYRIGHT. Under the United States Copyright Revision Act of 1976 (effective January 1, 1978), a statutory copyright exists for a work as soon as it is created in some tangible form, even if it has not been published, and regardless of whether or not it is registered with the registrar of the United States Copyright Office. This entire Web site, its pages, and all of its individual graphics and editorial content (exclusive of works that fall within the Public Domain, are used with the permission of others, or fall under the Fair Use doctrine) have been created by Tsakanikas Law, and are owned by Tsakanikas Law.

COPYRIGHT-OWNERSHIP. Per the U.S. Copyright Office, ownership of a ‘copy’ of a photograph (the tangible embodiment of the ‘work’) is distinct from the ‘work’ itself (the intangible intellectual property). The photographer will own the copyright in the photograph (the intangible intellectual property) unless the copyright in the photograph is transferred, in writing and signed by the copyright owner, to another person. If the photographer is no longer living, the rights in the photograph are determined by the photographer’s will or are passed as personal property by the applicable laws of intestate succession. The photograph may eventually fall into the public domain (see next paragraph).

NON-ADVOCACY POLICY. southwesttaxassociates.com does not advocate for either side in a dispute over the identity of a person in a photo or the writer of a handwritten item. Its job is to objectively and accurately compare, analyse, and present findings to its clients. How its clients use, or choose to not use, that information, is entirely up to them.

COPYRIGHT-FAIR USE. In accordance with the Fair Use Doctrine of the United States Copyright Law, Title 17, U.S. Code, Section 107, Tsakanikas Law and its subsidiaries exercise the right to use copyrighted material belonging to other parties for the purpose of commentary, criticism, and instruction in articles produced on this Web site. Tsakanikas Law and its subsidiaries make every effort possible to determine copyright ownership, if any, of such materials, and such ownership is acknowledged as a courtesy. An example of this being demonstrated on this Tucson tax service website.From Section 107: The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.