Intellectual Property Protection of Fact-based Works
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Intellectual Property Protection of Fact-based Works

Copyright and Its Alternatives

Edited by Robert F. Brauneis

The US Supreme Court decision in Feist Publications Inc. v. Rural Telephone Service Co. held that factual matter is not subject to copyright protection because it is not original to the author. The decision dramatically rejected a two-century-old tradition of protecting factual compilations under copyright. The contributors to this book reassess this decision and its implications, approaching the protection of factual matter from a range of perspectives: policy, historical, comparative, empirical and philosophical.
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Chapter 3: Of Silos and Constellations: Comparing Notions of Originality in Copyright Law

Elizabeth F. Judge and Daniel J. Gervais

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