Originally Posted by Doug Nelson
Maybe someone can post an example of such a contract (hopefully one that's been released into the public domain, it would be ironic to violate copyright on a copyright contract).
I would love to know if someone is using this method of protection (LOL, sounds like I'm talking about an STD) or what steps besides waiting 70 years people are taking. I just did a restoration from a crumpled photo that had no face, but I know it was less than 70 years old.
I'm working on an online agreement that one must agree too (electronic signature) before they are able to send me a file/order. It works through formmail so it makes a date stamp and picks up the clients IP address.
Should work the same as my actual written agreement. I use the same one that I use when doing graphic design work. Think of all the ads you see in the yellow pages, newspaper and such. Ad agencies do not bother with CI. If a client supplies the materials, it is on their shoulders. This may be right or wrong, but the three companies I've worked for have never had a special clause in their contracts regarding CI. We also never had issues.