Welcome to the Dirt Den Inn
This website is an entertainment website, intended for viewing purposes of the general public with a standard web browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, etc.) The website includes fictional and nonfiction representations of the members of the Dirt Den Inn. Contributing membership is invititaional, voluntary and left solely to the discretion of the webmaster (email@example.com)
Disclaimer: All photographs, images, code and text publically broadcast via the internet data conenction from this domain are considered the intellectual property and copyright of their respective owners or creators, and therefore all web pages are considered the intellectual property of the individuals who upload them, or protected under the general ownership rights of the dirtdeninn.com domain name. Reuse, alteration with intent to republish, or rebroadcast any images or artwork without the written permission of the respective owner(s) are specifically not permitted. Neither the public, nor private individuals are permitted reproduce, collect, or archive information (code, photographs, artwork) contained within the domain or subdomains of this website (dirtdeninn.com) without the express written permission of the owner or creator of that information. This is all inclusive of any information or coding from the dirtdeninn.com web site, or any of it's sub-domains - except when documents specifically state public release policy applies to them, and are so noted within their webpages. The general public is welcome to view the website and subdomains using a standard browser with internet service provider connections. Restrictions on the reproduction of a document contained within the website may arise, if a private party has created or sponsored it's creation. It is requested that if any doubt exists, that an email be sent to the webmaster.
Those not familiar with copyright law should review the following general guidance:
The Rights of Creators and Copyright Owners
According to Title 17, Section 102 of the United States Code (17 U.S.C. 92.102), "Copyright protection subsists . . .in original works of authorship fixed in any tangible medium of expression, now known or later developed." In other words, as soon as a creative work is written down, recorded, drawn, etc., it is protected by copyright. On the one hand, this means that mere ideas cannot be copyrighted; on the other hand, it means that a creator does not have to publish his or her work or register it with the Library of Congress in order to have that work protected by copyright.
Copyright grants six specific rights to owners (17 U.S.C. 92.106):