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    "All rights reserved" is a copyright formality indicating that the copyright holder , or holds for its own use, all the rights provided by copyright law. Originating in the Buenos Aires Convention[1] of 1910, it is unclear if it has any legal effect in any jurisdiction.[2] However, it is still used by many copyright holders.

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    1 Origins 2 Obsolescence 3 See also 4 References

    Origins[edit]

    The phrase originated as a result of the Buenos Aires Convention of 1910. Article 3 of the Convention granted copyright in all signatory countries to a work registered in any signatory country, as long as a statement "that indicates the of the property " (emphasis added) appeared in the work.[3] The phrase "all rights reserved" was not specified in the text, but met this requirement.

    Other copyright treaties did not require this formality. For example, in 1952 the Universal Copyright Convention (UCC) adopted the © symbol as an indicator of protection.[4] (The symbol was introduced in the US by a 1954 amendment to the Copyright Act of 1909.[5]) The Berne Convention rejected formalities altogether in Article 4 of the 1908 revision,[6] so authors seeking to protect their works in countries that had signed on to the Berne Convention were also not required to use the "all rights reserved" formulation. However, because not all Buenos Aires signatories were members of Berne or the UCC, and in particular the United States did not join UCC until 1955, a publisher in a Buenos Aires signatory seeking to protect a work in the greatest number of countries between 1910 and 1952 would have used both the phrase "all rights reserved" and the copyright symbol.[7]

    Obsolescence[edit]

    The requirement to add the "all rights reserved" notice became essentially obsolete on August 23, 2000, when Nicaragua became the final member of the Buenos Aires Convention to also become a signatory to the Berne Convention.[8] As of that date, every country that was a member of the Buenos Aires Convention (which is the only copyright treaty requiring this notice to be used) was also a member of Berne, which requires protection be granted without any formality of notice of copyright.[9]

    The phrase continues to hold popular currency in spite of having no legal effect.

    See also[edit]

    Law portal

    Copyright formalities

    Copyright notice

    Creative Commons, which uses

    Public domain

    References[edit]

    Look up in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

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    What does "All rights reserved" mean?

    As a copyright owner, you might use the “All rights reserved” notice to indicate that you retain all rights provided by copyright law. As such, another person cannot reproduce, distribute and/or adapt any part of the work without your permission. Legal exceptions to this include private use and the right to quote from a work.

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    What does "All rights reserved" mean?

    As a copyright owner, you might use the “All rights reserved” notice to indicate that you retain all rights provided by copyright law. As such, another person cannot reproduce, distribute and/or adapt any part of the work without your permission. Legal exceptions to this include private use and the right to quote from a work.

    Legally, the notice is meaningless because a work is nowadays automatically protected by copyright. Yet many copyright owners still use it to emphasize their rights provided by copyright law.

    If you want to be less strict and want to let others know directly that they can copy, publish and/or adapt your work and under which conditions, you can use a Creative Commons license. You can find more information on Licenses for open material.

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    The term 'all rights reserved' explained

    Protecting your creative work requires a basic understanding of copyrights, including the meaning and use of the phrase “all rights reserved."

    The term 'all rights reserved' explained

    Protecting your creative work requires a basic understanding of copyrights, including the meaning and use of the phrase “all rights reserved."

    by Edward A. Haman, J.D.

    updated December 05, 2022 ·  2min read

    If you have looked at the copyright notice on a book, magazine, or webpage, you may have seen the phrase "all rights reserved" and wondered what it means.

    Here's a basic definition and an overview of how copyright protection is obtained and enforced.

    Copyright basics

    Copyright protection is available for various original works, such as writings (books, articles, theatrical plays, screenplays, etc.), photographs, paintings, and musical scores and lyrics.

    Original creative work has some copyright protections the moment it is created. But having copyright protections and enforcing a copyright are two different things. To enforce your copyright, the key question becomes: How do you prove you have a copyright?

    You can do this in one of two ways:

    1. Place a copyright notice on your work.

    2. Register your work with the United States Copyright Office.

    The safest course of action is to use both a copyright notice and copyright registration. Notifying others that you are claiming copyright protections to your work will discourage many from infringing on the copyright.

    If you find an infringement, you may bring a lawsuit against an infringing party in federal court only if you have registered your copyright with the United States Copyright Office.

    Copyright notices

    Writing a copyright notice follows standard practices, typically done in one of three ways, all of which are very similar and simple. For example, if Stephen King writes and publishes a new novel in 2021, he would notify others of the copyright by placing one of the following notations on all copies of the book:

    Related: How to Do a Trademark Search

    © 2021 Stephen King

    Copyright 2021 Stephen King

    Copr. 2021 Stephen King

    Each of these indicates that the work is copyrighted, that the copyright begins in 2021, and that Stephen King owns the copyright. If such a notification is on all copies, it would be harder to claim that they didn't know the work was subject to copyright protection. This should discourage anyone from infringing on the copyright. And if someone does infringe, it would be difficult to claim they did so unknowingly.

    Anyone reading one of the copyright notices listed above should assume that the copyright owner has reserved all of the rights that come with copyright protection.

    All rights reserved

    Sometimes you will see the phrase "all rights reserved" as part of a copyright notice. For example: "© 2021 Stephen King. All rights reserved."

    This means that no one may use your work unless they obtain your permission. This statement is not legally required, and failure to include it has no legal significance. Since others may not use copyrighted works without the copyright holder's permission, the statement is redundant.

    If you include the statement "no rights reserved," it means that you are permitting anyone else to use your work. This is occasionally done when the work is being published for some charitable or public-interest purpose, and the creator wants it to be available for general use by others.

    Although the phrase "all rights reserved" is not required, there is no harm in adding it. Someone unfamiliar with copyrights may see this phrase and be deterred from copying the work.

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    About the Author

    Edward A. Haman, J.D.

    Edward A. Haman is a freelance writer, who is the author of numerous self-help legal books. He has practiced law in Hawa…

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