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CC BY LifeSupercharger - http://goo.gl/aqfzKdDigital Media Rights is a private registry of intellectual property specialized in creations in digital format, where musicians and producers can register their works and thus count on strong proof of original authorship with legal validity in 164 countries.

When registering your musical work in Digital Media Rights, musicians, authors and performers receive a digital certificate which, by an inviolable time stamp, certifies the date of creation or original interpretation, able to be used in any type of litigation as a result of plagiarism or unauthorized use of his work.

How to obtain your certificate of authorship?

Step 1: SingUp in DMRights.com (It is free and you can certify digital works for no cost up to 200 MB of space)
Step 2: Select the type of work to certify: Musical score, creation with or without lyrics, musical recording, or others…
Step 3: Upload the file that contains your work in MP3, PDF, DOC, etc.
Step 4: Select your desired copyright license; All rights reserved, Creative Commons, etc.

In a few seconds and completely one, our registration system will return you the copyright certificate, recognizing your rights over the work.
Registration of copyright for musical creations.

how we protect your music creationsHow does it work?

In accordance with existing international law, there is no obligation to register the artistic works in state intellectual property registries for the rights of any author to be recognized.

In this regard and in any conflict by plagiarism or illegal use by third parties of your creations, as the original author of the work, you must always provide a proof of your creation in a point in time. This “moment in time” is the most valued detail by judges or legal mediators. The certificates of Digital Media Rights incorporate a digital and in violable time stamp, giving faith to the moment at which the certification of the work is realized on its behalf.

Also Digital Media Rights allows you to certify different versions or variations of your creations thereby obtaining complete protection of your work. The content of the certified works in Digital Media Rights is considered confidential and as such is not accessible to the public.

What is the protection period of my copyrights?

With few exceptions, the recognition of copyright over a work extends throughout the life of the author and 75 additional years after his death.

Advices

  • Register all of your musical creations in the same moment as their creation. This permits you to obtain a certified proof of your work before anybody listens to it.
  • Register scores, MIDIs, tracks, samples, lyrics, etc. independently.
  • It is not necessary wait to have the final version of your composition to carry out the registration.
  • When you distribute your work, include a mention of the registration made in Digital Media Rights. This information is an important deterrent against plagiarism and piracy.
  • Include the stamp ℗ on all of your sound recordings referencing the year of creation and the author or owner of the creation’s rights, for example: ℗ 2013 – John Doe – All rights reserved.

The symbol ℗ represents the reserve of copyrights over a recording; and is an abbreviation of the Word “phonograph” or phonographic record. This symbol references the sound recording and it is very common to see it printed on the back covers of disks. The symbol ℗ is equivalent to ©, using the latter references copyright which protects intellectual works like lyrics and music of a song (written), books, dramatic arts, cinematographic and audiovisual works; drawings, paintings; computer programs, etc.

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About Digital Media Rights

January 13 2014
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Logo Digital Media Rights

Digital Media Rights Provides an agile and easy accessible legal evidence framework that aims the protection and recognition of intellectual property rights, and more specifically the copyright of hundreds of millions of Web Sites accessible through Internet. Likewise, the services offered include the protection of all kinds of literary or graphic works: from a simple tweet of a few characters, a blog, a picture, a complex website or a private or institutional digital presentation.

Digital Media Rights is legally based on the Berne Convention for Intellectual Property Protection. The Berne Convention has been ratified for 160+ countries, and represents the spirit of the legal framework and national laws of the signatories.

Our Mission

Collaborate with any creator, editor or contents generator in order to provide a quick and efficient 24/7 solution to a widespread problem such are copying, plagiarism, misappropriation and misuse of digital content published in the Internet.

Our Values

Our brand and compromise is based on:

  • Safety 
  • Efficiency
  • An unique technological model
  • Proximity
  • Full collaboration commitment with DMR clients, working team and partners.
  • Transparency

Location and contact information

Good Ideas for Internet LTD
Suite 18698 - Lower Ground Floor 
145-157 St John Street 
London EC1V 4PW
United Kingdom

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International Law & Validity

December 23 2013
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Digital Media RightsA vital aspect in generating of our copyright certificates is the universal law of the services and products we provide.

164 countries are those with whom we work and where our customers are, all signatories of the Bern Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, whose last amendment dates September 1979. The Berne Convention is funded by the World Intellectual Property Organization and is registered with the Secretariat of the United Nations.

The Bern Convention is based on three basic principles:

  • Literary and artistic works by authors from the countries of the Union, or first published in one of these countries will be able to receive in each of the other contracting states the same protection as those granted to the works of their own citizens.
  • This protection must not be conditional upon any formality.
  • This protection is independent of the existence of a corresponding protection in the country of origin of the work. However, if a Contracting State provides a longer term than the minimum prescribed by the convention, and the work ceases to be protected in the country of origin, protection may be denied once protection in the country of origin has ceased.

In this environment of compliance with the 38 articles of the Convention, all signatory states agree that:

  • The protection of copyright is spread equally in all signatory states regardless of their country of residence or the nationality of the author.
  • The copyright of a literary, artistic or scientific work corresponds to the author by the mere fact of its creation.
  • The obligation to register the work in the official records of intellectual property so that all rights are granted to the author is eliminated.
  • The protection granted by the Convention shall be the life of the author plus fifty years after his death.
  • The author shall be presumed, unless proven otherwise, as who is identified as such in the work, by name, signature or identification mark.

In this way, in the case that the author detects plagiarism or unauthorized use of his work by a third party and decides to exercise his rights, morals or property, he does not need to demonstrate that it is registered. He needs to demonstrate his authorship prior to the creation of the plagiarized work.

We cannot forget to mention the Creative Commons work-licensing model, through which the author voluntarily and publically renounces a part of his rights, for the purpose of the dissemination of the work. In the same way, our system registers and certifies works with All Rights Reserved or Creative Commons. A Creative Commons work is still always protected by Intellectual Property rights, provided that, for example, the author never renounces his right to attribution.

Digital Media Rights generates certificates of authorship or copyright to all digital works regardless of their medium; web, PDF, Power Point, Word, etc. Copyright certificates are digitally signed and include a tamperproof electronic time stamp.

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CC BY LifeSupercharger - http://goo.gl/aqfzKdDigital Media Rights es un registro privado de propiedad intelectual especializado en creaciones en soporte digital donde músicos y productores pueden registrar sus obras y así contar con una solida prueba con validez legal en 164 países de su autoría original.

Al registrar su obra musical en Digital Media Rights los músicos, autores o interpretes obtienen un certificado digital que mediante un sello de tiempo inviolable certifica la fecha de la creación o interpretación original pudiendo ser utilizado en cualquier tipo de contencioso como consecuencia de un plagio o uso no autorizado de su obra.

¿Cómo obtener su certificado de autoría?

Paso 1: Registrarse en DMRights.com (Es gratuito y puede certificar obras digitales sin coste alguno hasta 200 Mb de espacio)
Paso 2: Seleccionar el tipo de obra: Partitura, Creación con o sin letra, grabación musical, otros...
Paso 3: Subir el fichero que contiene su obra en formato MP3, PDF, DOC, etc.

En pocos segundos y de forma completamente onLine nuestro sistema de registro le retornará el certificado de copyright reconociendo sus derechos sobre la obra.

Registro de derechos de autor para creaciones musicales ¿Cómo funciona?

De acuerdo con la legislación internacional vigente, se elimina la obligatoriedad del registro de las creaciones artísticas en los Registros estatales de propiedad intelectual para que los derechos de cualquier autor sobre su obra les sean reconocidos.

En este sentido y ante cualquier conflicto por plagio o uso ilegal por parte de terceros de sus creaciones, como autor original de la obra, Ud. siempre deberá aporta una prueba de su creación en un momento del tiempo. Este "momento del tiempo" es el detalle mas valorado por jueces o mediadores legales. Los certificados de Digital Media Rights incorporan un sello de tiempo digital e inviolable dando fe del momento en el cual se realiza la certificación de la obra por su parte.

Además Digital Media Rights le permite certificar distintas versiones o variaciones de sus creaciones para obtener de esta forma una protección completa de su obra.

El contenido de las obras certificadas en Digital Media Rights es considerado confidencial y por lo tanto no accesible de forma pública.

¿Cual es el plazo de protección de mis derechos de autor?

Salvo contadas excepciones el reconocimiento de los derechos de autor sobre una obra se extiende durante toda la vida del autor y 75 años adicional después de su fallecimiento.

Consejos

  • Registre todas sus creaciones musicales en el mismo momento de su creación. Esto le permite obtener una prueba certificada de so obra antes de que nadie la escuche.
  • Registre tanto partituras, MIDIs, pistas, samples, letras, etc. de forma independiente.
  • No es necesario esperar a tener la versión final de su composición para realizar el registro.
  • Cuando distribuya su obra incluya una mención del registro realizado en Digital Media Rights. Esta información es un importante elemento disuasorio contra el plagio y la piratería.
  • Incluya la marca ℗ en todos sus fonogramas haciendo referencia al año de creación y al autor o propietario de los derechos de la creación, por ejemplo: ℗ 2013 - Luis García García -Todos los derechos reservados

El símbolo ℗ representa la reserva de los derechos de autor sobre una grabación; y es la abreviatura de la palabra "fonógrafo"; phonograph en inglés, o registro fonográfico. Este símbolo hace referencia al fonograma y es muy común verlo impreso en las contraportadas de los discos. El símbolo ℗ es el equivalente de ©, utilizando este último se hace referencia al derecho de copia (copyright) que protege obras intelectuales, como líricas y la música de una canción (escritos), libros, obras dramáticas, obras cinematográficas y audiovisuales; dibujos, pinturas; programas de ordenador, etc.

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3 de Mayo 2013

Evolución general de los ratios principales de utilización de servicio.

Periodo de análisis: 01/04/2013 - 30/04/2013

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