- 1 Vapor IO Brings OpenDCRE to General Availability
- 2 VMware Takes the Wraps Off vRealize Automation and vRealize Business
- 3 Microsoft Previews Hyper-V Containers for Windows Server 2016
- 4 Mirantis Led FUEL Project Gets Installed Under OpenStack Big Tent
- 5 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 Adds Security, DR Features
Keeping Your Images from Adorning Other Sites Page 5
Custom artwork can result from someone's effort, and taking without permission something that another has created is generally accepted as theft. This article has described a basic way to put your works of art behind a velvet rope--if you're so inclined. It won't stop determined thieves, but it should hopefully stymy or dissuade the more casual ones.
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About the Author
Ken Coar is a member of the Apache Group and a director and vice president of the Apache Software Foundation. He is also a core member of the Jikes open-source Java compiler project, a contributor to the PHP project, the author of Apache Server for Dummies, and a contributing author to Apache Server Unleashed. He can be reached via email at <email@example.com>.