Put simply – The Copyright Act 1994 is a set of guidelines that explains how published content can and can not be used.
The general rule is: if it is published, it is copyright protected.
The Copyright Act kicks in the moment you wish to copy, scan, save or share published material. As an honest, law abiding citizen, the important thing to know is how the law applies to you. Copyright Notice This is a good place to start. The notice is often on the inside front cover (hardcopies) or in the terms and conditions (if material is sourced online). If you wish to copy, save or share outside of what is permitted on the notice, or by law, you need to ask permission first. General Copying – Printed Materials
(I copied everything i didnt read it because im lazy)
Fiiiiine, At Christmas me and Edit would take our sled to our friend named Ned, Down the slopes we would slide all for the thrill of the ride. When we got to the bottom it felt so rotten to climb that hill again. Yet even while knowing as it continued snowing down we would sled again. Me and Ed and our friend Ned oh what fun we had with our sled