Feds Claim No Copyright On Computer Data: ‘It is crazy…’

The Copyright Act does not protect work compiled by computer programs, say government attorneys. Lawyers in an Alberta court brief said original works processed by computer programs were like “carving a turkey” and do not qualify as intellectual property: “Their position is astounding”.

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