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TJSU.net is designed to help you create, and provide you with the tools to sustain your power to protect your creation. We will also work with you to help sell your finished product, should you decide to do so. Even young children have the capacity to learn the steps it takes to not only create, but also to protect themselves. TJSU.net will also supply the tools to help parents and teachers learn to protect their students work.
Taylor Jeffrey Simpson, who TJSU.net is named after was an artist who believed all people have the ability to create within them. Whether film, photography, writing, dance, art, music, or just learning how to take care of the body and mind that supplies the tools to create that work, TJSU.net is dedicated to help promote the ideals Taylor had in his life for the people around him.
Above all Taylor was born to write. After high school he went on to complete his undergraduate work in creative writing at Florida State University and carried that love into law school afterwards. His specialty in law was copyright and literary protection. He won a presidential award in his specialty called the Cali Award handed out to but a few that excel in their area of expertise. He carried that love with him through the doors of one of the largest media firms in the world where he worked as a script doctor, editing scripts for both movies and plays. He would pour his heart out as he worked from the ages of 18 to 26 years old realizing the possibility that his work was being stolen from him over and over again, yet finding no way to protect it. Finally one month after his 26th birthday the hacking of his work on the computer got to him and he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
As Taylor neared the end of his young life he remained faithful to his calling even under the duress of not having his work protected. The travesty of justice he faced in creating and then having his creation stolen brought Taylor closer to the doors of death, sadly, as it took from him his capacity to earn a living. No matter how difficult the fight became to protect his privacy in writing he continued to write. As he stated, “Writing is my therapy.” When his internet privacy was invaded that gift of writing was not only stolen, so were his therapy sessions. His dream was that all artists have the opportunity to publish their work. That dream has given birth to TJSU.net. Currently TJSU.net is working on the publishing of Taylor’s work, to assure that whatever work of art we try to publish is protected. Hopefully, Taylor’s dream, like yours, will come true. Taylor’s suffering during this struggle has been and will continue to be the training ground from which TJSU.net learns to protect its students.
If the lessons we have learned from not only Taylor’s work on
copyright and law, but also from his death help you to overcome
something similar happening to you, Taylor will have left all of us a
great gift. He wrote a 12-step e-generation program that explains the
legal steps needed to change copyright law. Those laws are being written
now. When someone steals work or identity using the computer, the victim
lives with that theft daily. The steps TJSU.net recommends to help
protect your own privacy are given out of love and protection for the
artist and his or her own work. That is Taylor’s gift to us all and the
reason TJSU.net was created.