Published 21 September 2020

All rights reserved

A simple cover all statement on copyright. It simply means that you withhold all rights to the maximum extent allowable under law. This is in fact the default position, (legally it is the same as having no statement), but the statement is commonly used by authors to emphasise that they take their rights seriously (Copyright Witness Ltd., 2020).

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Last edited on 21 September 2020, at 11:55 (+0000)