How do copyrights work on Soltype?

You own all the rights to the content you create and publish on Soltype (assuming it was your original creation to begin with). Therefore, you will always hold your work's copyright, even if you sell your written work.
If the content isn't yours, publishing it on Soltype doesn't make it yours. Don't publish content you don't hold the copyright for. For example, suppose you are not the original writer of the written work and are publishing someone else's work. In that case, you are liable for copyright infringement.
When you publish content on Soltype, we need legal permission under applicable copyright laws to display that content to users of Soltype. Legally, this means you give us a nonexclusive license to publish your content on Soltype.
As a writer publishing on Soltype, you may only license the copyright of your work. Please read our explanation of licenses for assistance in deciding how you want to license your work.
A quick note on terminology: when a buyer has purchased your written work, they are the current owner of your work. You remain the original writer of that work. When a buyer re-sells your work, they are no longer the owner of your work.
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