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Answer by edokken · Jul 20 at 09:51 PM
Squarespace has an excellent guide that you can checkout with more solutions to preventing your visitors from downloading your images without consent here:
Answer by DanEvans · Feb 28, 2013 at 08:56 AM
Any image you create or picture you take is automatically protected under copyright law (at least here in the US) as soon as the "work" is created, even without notification of copyright.
However, if you'd like to watermark an image to make sure that's clear to your site visitors, I think your best bet would be to add the watermark before uploading the image. At this point, I don't know of a way to watermark all images of a Squarespace site automatically.
Answer by TimestampUser · Mar 03, 2013 at 11:23 AM
Your work is protected by copyright law from the moment of creation.
A trusted digital timestamp can help you prove your work originated with you and make that clear to others. The timestamp represents your work at the time of creation, with your name on it, before anyone else saw it.
A watermark may prevent someone from using your work, a timestamp ensures you can claim it as yours.
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