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It was in March 2000 that CopyrightDepot.com appeared on the Web. It was the first service of its kind in the world, an idea launched by a handful of authors who wanted to find a quick and effective way to protect their creations' rights. As a lot of authors (worldwide) became interested by that kind of service, CopyrightDepot.com website quickly became popular. After a few years, thousands and thousands of copyright statements were consulted in the public section of CopyrightDepot.com.

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In 2014, with the vast presence of mobile phones and their ever more popular applications, two analysts-programmers passionate by everything related to copyrights, Nancy Dubé and Tanya Damien, acquired CopyrightDepot.com in order to work towards new technologies. This made the service even more effective for users on every platform available.


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9680, 10e Avenue
Saint-Georges de Beauce
Québec, Canada
G5Y 8J8

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