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We at Horsekeeping.com are happy to offer information and photos on Native American culture and jewelry, horse training and care, vintage Dooney & Bourke bags and other topics on the Internet in the spirit of free exchange of ideas. However, all of the material on www.horsekeeping.com is copyrighted and may not be used on any other website, forum, Facebook, eBay, other selling site or blog or in printed format without prior permission directly from Horsekeeping LLC. Copyright law applies to the Internet just as it does to other media like newspapers, magazines, CDs, videos, and books.

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Identifying original work with the word "Copyright" and the symbol © is not necessary by law but we include these notifications on all of our website pages to remind you that our work is protected by copyright.

Copyright Myths

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  • The Internet is public property, I can use anything I find there. Wrong.
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