Copyright: An Idea vs A Visual Representation Of The Idea
Posted on 1/30/2012 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version |
In the U.S. it is possible to copyright a specific visual representation of a concept, not the concept itself. In what may be a precedent setting decision in the Patents County Court in London His honour Judge Birss QC has decided that a concept, or visual technique can also be copyrighted.
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