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Report reaching AfricaChurches.com and GhanaChurch.com through OFM Computer World show that, many Ghanaians, Nigerians, Africans etc just upload music of most musicians, movies, data etc without the legal rights.
The Copyright Registration Service can be used by any individual or organization engaged in the creation of original works which are of value to them, and which they would like to protect from being copied, sold, or subject to any other unauthorised use by another party.
This includes writers, musicians, artists, photographers, computer programmers, and others. Any work stored in an accepted electronic data format can be registered through this website, be it textual, audio, or visual.
To register a work, click here
Therefore, most Musicians, Actors, Actress, Artiste, Artist, Vloggers, Bloggers etc are not making money out of their hard work. Click link below and register your work.
As they launched their albums, before you know all music is uploaded on YouTube or Facebook.
According to AfricaChurches.com, an European company which is legally registered is ready to work and help all Musicians, Content Owners to claim their videos or delete them from YouTube. And all the legal action will be take by OFM Computer World Europe.
For more about how you can take legal action about your music, movies, or personal video materials online you don’t like, contact: OFM Computer World Europe through our Facebook Page:
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Can I register a name/title?
No. Names, titles, and short phrases by themselves are not subject to copyright. However, if they are combined with images and/or graphical design elements then they may be registered through OFM Computer World Europe .
You may be able to register a name, title, or short phrase as a trade mark. The institutions handling these matters will vary from nation to nation and you should consult an IP lawyer in your local jurisdiction for advice.
Are your registered works protected internationally, or do they have to be registered separately in each country?
Is my country signed up to the Berne Convention?
If your work was created in one of the 162 nations which are part of the Berne Convention then your work will be protected in all other Berne Convention nations.
It is therefore not necessary to seek protection in each individual nation. The vast majority of countries are signed up to the Berne convention, however nations which are not signatories of the Convention are outside the scope of the Global Rights Office.
You would need to consult a qualified IP lawyer regarding them if they are of concern to you.
But if not contact OFM Computer World Europe.
Below are example of videos DELETED from YouTube: