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Re: Attention Paleolife Artists



Basically, if someone can see it on their screen, they can copy it. Even
if you but JavaScript restrictions on it, break it into smaller pieces,
and require passwords to get to the page, if they can see it, all they
have to do is do a screen grab (in Windows, hit the Print Screen button,
then past into an image editing program).

That's the nature of digital media -- they're easy to copy. (Not saying
it's right, of course.)

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