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Copyright, Potential Markets, and the User Interface: Defining the Scope of the Limited Monopoly

By Todd D. Daubert

Abstract

Although most court cases involving copyright protection of the user interface appear to have been decided correctly on their facts, the language of the decisions has left uncertainty as to the scope of protection

Topics: Court decisions, Software, Copyright, Intellectual property, Cases, User interface, Copyright, Law
Publisher: Duke University School of Law
Year: 1992
DOI identifier: 10.2307/1191789
OAI identifier: oai:scholarship.law.duke.edu:lcp-4152

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