updated by @barry-neale: 09/04/17 12:32:20AM
I just learned that you can copyright your books and media too by registering them FREE for publication with Amazon. A friend from France has written a book on hyperempiria and sent me a copy. Nobody is going to be able to steal HIS materiial..
I woukd like to respectfully suggest that anyone who would like to ensure that their intellectual propertyl does not get stolen might want to look into this free and foplproof method of protecting it..
BTW, the royalties can be as much as 70% of the purchase price, since it is solely print-on-demand. The most I ever got from a standard publisher was 15% -- if I was lucky!
I'd be interested to learn what others think of this method,
updated by @don-g: 09/04/17 06:04:09AM
Im not sure we can say he chose a completely different name. From TFT to EFT is not a great leap.
updated by @fable-goodman: 09/04/17 09:08:38AM
I'm no expert but I believe, despite obvious similarities, the point where the line is legally crossed is where someone can prove that the copy cat is deliberately out to mislead that their copy is actually the real deal and fool an unknowing audience. This is probably why copy cat products in other industries have toed the line successfully for so long.
No, I dont know any differently, Fable. It just seems to me that both protocols are primarilly known by their initials. Therefore, the similarity seems intentional to me.
I have a Touch for Health book lying around here somewhere, so I might just invent my own system!
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