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Where there’s honey!

What HoneyPot is, is giving a fake piece of information on your webpage that a bot is searching for. When it hits that blank form field, baited URL or whatever…

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Copyright isn’t rocket science!

When copyright was created some three hundred years ago, it was a sound concept. The opportunity for steal creative works in those days was very localised, and so the law was pretty strong in defending the creative…

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Ignorance shouldn’t be blissful!

It’s a difficult career being a freelance artist, especially when the Internet is one of the more common tools to make that living. In todays age, it is getting more and more difficult to sell, find or maintain work via the internet, and to be honest, if I were paid to hear stories from artists who…

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Art is about expression, right?

I need to get this off my chest! Let’s start with this little nutshell; the Statute of Anne (basically the first ever law to protect artistic control over a creative’s work) was put in place in 1710. This was an enforceable law act that was created after recognising the fact…

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Trying to combat Copyright infringement

Not sure if the classic view on hacking is someone sitting in a dark room trying thousands of tricks and combinations to find a way to access your data. I do know that my copyright is at risk on a daily basis however. When I was with GoDaddy (for nearly 7 years) I had the…

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Selling Online!

Just a short one today! As I am preparing all the files and content for my marathon seminar | workshop | exhibition in Nicosia, Cyprus in March, I have come to realise that the subject of selling online…

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Acceptable use of your work

A recent article I was reading got me thinking about some of the experiences I have had with misuse of my art and what is acceptable. I want to discuss it here, but if you are interested in the original article on the subject it can be found here.

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