INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT: PROOF via INK DATING TECHNIQUES!

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{INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT}


This week’s post will include some pertinent and vital information for Creative Artists that have Copyrighted works, such as myself. Copyright infringement, also known as Intellectual Property Theft, is a Federal crime and carries Severe penalties. One especially important fact that is
not taken into account is that any inks or paper material can be dated by Forensic Experts. This means that any material newly created by anyone other than the actual Artist or Author of the Copyrighted work will be rendered illegal or as fraudulent documents. My work, “THE MYSTERY ALLIANCE: EVIAN’S SAGA”, has been officially & legally Copyrighted by the U.S. Copyright Office since 2004; @ 13 years ago. I also have material dated from the time when I created all of My original work that is legal, as well. One fact that I do know is that the U.S. Copyright Office can substantiate my rights as the Author; as it is mine, and no one else’s. Therefore, you Creative Artists, Copyright-Protect all of your work. I did & am quite happy about that. 

{PREVENTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT}

The technological advances within these modern times Counteract any and all Criminally Illegal intents, such as Intellectual Property Theft. The most Modern Copyright Laws make it much easier to sue for Intellectual Property Theft. Unfortunately, before 1978, certain works were easily stolen because the newer regulations or policies were not in place. But now, due to better and more Modern and enforced Copyright Laws, Creative Artists and their creative works are given even greater protection. Always protect yourself, and your own creative works, legally. Incidentally, if any fraudulent documentation contains any information about your own Professional contacts without their permission; particularly, their names, Report such integral matters to them immediately. Now, please feel free to read this important Ink Dating information written below.

{INK DATING TECHNIQUES}

As I have stated, I am sharing below some Ink Dating facts by Riley Welch LaPorte & Associates Forensic laboratories via their website at: http://www.rileywelch.com/ink.html. Their Forensic experts can be hired to prove that any suspicious documents are fake, and thus, illegal. There are also many Forensic Experts for hire besides them, as well.

“How can ink analysis help determine when a document was produced?

The chemical analysis of writing and printing inks can be invaluable when trying to prove if a document is authentic with respect to the purported date of preparation. Ink dating is a highly specialized area of forensic document examination and is considered to be one of the most accurate and reliable methods to help determine the age of a document.

Here is how ink dating analysis can help you:

  • Multiple inks can be chemically compared with each other to corroborate or refute whether the entries were written contemporaneously or produced over multiple periods of time.
  • An ink formulation can be identified to a specific manufacturer to ascertain the first date of commercial availability. If an entry is dated in 1995, but the ink was not available until 2005 then the document may not have been created on the purported date.
  • Inks contain chemical solvents that evaporate and generally go through a drying stage that can last up to 2 years. We use the most widely accepted chemical analysis technique known as gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) to help determine if a written entry may have been created in the past two years.
  • Dating analysis can also be conducted on the printing materials used to produce documents such as inkjet ink and toner from photocopiers, laser printers, and facsimile machines.”

As you can see, Ink Dating techniques can definitely come in handy. Take care of yourselves & Thanks for reading this post!

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