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I'm a web developer! Half of the stuff we use are someone else stuff, pictures, arts etc. we have permission to use that stuff. Whether you copyright or don't copyright your website it won't do much difference! If you design website lets say where you sell stuff... I can built same type of website sell same things and you can't prove that I stole it from you or got your idea! It's not a patent, copyrighting won't give you much! There are alot of websites like that. Best example Facebook is almost the same as Myspace, myspace was there years before facebook and yet facebook is almost the same as myspace. On the grand scale it only has few changes and features. the only thing that's really copyrighted there is a name and logos. Facebook... and Myspace...