- Submitting Digital vs. Physical Copies to the USCO
- Guide for Creators with Large Portfolios
- Instructional Videos
- Terms of Service
- Copyright Glossary
And We’re Still Building!
Our vision for RightsClick is a comprehensive rights management suite for the creative professional. In addition to adding more functionality to this beta version of the software, we plan to add features like optional DIY licensing tools so you can quickly authorize and track the permissions you grant. And we know that many creators often have as much interest in obtaining rights to use work as they do in protecting their own work. We’re developing tools to help support those needs as well.
Who We Are
We’ve been defending copyright for decades. We know why the system often doesn’t work for independent creative professionals. Now, we’re using that experience to build a copyright management suite for independent creators.
co-founder, 10+ Years Copyright Advocacy
Building on his background in film production and communications, David is a widely respected advocate of creators’ rights. Since 2011, he has written nearly 900 articles, on the blog The Illusion of More and elsewhere, endorsing strong copyright rights and questioning the tech industry’s assault on those rights. He has been cited by scholars and the creative community. In 2020, he published the book Who Invented Oscar Wilde? The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright.
co-founder, 25+ Years Copyright Advocacy
Steven’s extensive background in IP law and policy began as an attorney for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, after which, he served as senior counsel for Policy and International Affairs at the U.S. Copyright Office and then as Chief Intellectual Property Counsel for the Global Intellectual Property Center of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Before co-founding RightsClick, he started the IP consultancy Sentinel Worldwide, and teaches copyright law at George Washington University Law School.