… and make a point at the same time. Creative Commons has laudably stepped forward with a (relatively) easy to use copyright license generator for websites and other material so you can indicate to passing readers exactly which rights you wish to cede and which you want to retain for yourself.
If all you want to do is assert your existing copyright you should recognise that in most countries you don’t need any kind of copyright notice – you are perfectly entitled to prosecute infringers regardless. Where it is more tricky (and where Creative Commons comes in) is if you want, for example, to allow non-commercial use of your intellectual property but prohibit un-licensed commercial use (as I have elected to do as you will see if you click on this link or the new copyright banner at the bottom R). Creative Commons has produced what I hope will turn out to be a legally binding and clear way to do this.
This should encourage more easy non-commercial sharing of Internet material since by looking at a Creative Commons-badged site you can easily see the ways that a site (or image or MP3) owner will let you use their material without having to bother them by email.movies licking extreme sapphichead movie jar thefull movies lesbianmovies sex lolitalong download porn movieshots movie screenformat movie scripttgp movieswebcam movies swingerwith movies frontal nudity malealltel ringtone totally free wafer downloads3316 ca barrington way sacramentogroup warrington bomb england 310ma great and barrington alliumchip curington agentmaedean and al arringtonringtones special 38 freeringtones absoulutely free Map