I have a query, people are saying that since 1989, every work which is created is automatically copyrighted. Then is it fine to use sentence All rights reserver and copy right symbol on my website, with out registering at gov copyright office.

  • Although not an exact dupe, the canonical question above answers this question well. – John Conde Apr 22 '15 at 15:26
  • For what it is worth, all rights reserved is a legal statement that means all rights reserved. It has nothing to do with copyright, trademarks, or anything else specifically. It is a general legal notice meaning that you have not given any rights away with the offering you have made publicly or otherwise. – closetnoc Apr 23 '15 at 2:25