and I do not have the copywrite on the process yet.
And you CANNOT protect a process by copyright anyway. Certainly you
can file a TX form with a write-up and $30 and you may very well get
back a Certificate of Registration, or you can just put your
copyright notice on your text for free----but it in no way protects
the process, only your expression of the process that goes beyond the
bounds of a mere listing of steps. If you wish to protect a process
you must file a patent application and prosecute it all the way to
patent issue---then defend it in court against any infringers.
James E. White
Inventor, Marketer, and Author of "Will It Sell? How to Determine If
Your Invention Is Profitably Marketable (Before Wasting Money on a
Patent)" Info Sites: www.willitsell.com www.inventorhome.com,
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