The main concern in the copyright is not an announcement of the author, because it could be done almost free of charge through sending by author the created work in the sealed envelope by any post services to himself.
The practice of sending a copy of your own work to yourself is called a “poor man’s copyright.” There is no provision in international or local copyright laws regarding any such type of protection, and it is not a substitute for registration.
INTELMAX provides an online link to the deposited item with the public access to this information (on the Internet through a special server storage), which allows to satisfy any reasonable needs of the public in acquaintance with the claimed copyrighted object.
INTELMAX provides publication of registered copyright within 2 days after the first approval of an application.
According to the requirements of the Berne Convention, for international recognition - a work shall be considered as having been published simultaneously in several countries
INTELMAX signs (through regional authorized operators) the public agreements with the authors and receives applications where authors confirm the permission for the transfer of work to the depository for registration issues.