Nice explanation by Andy Berger at IP in Brief of the Random House v. Rosetta Books case and its continuing importance here.
I will be going to see Andy speak at a FREE CSUSA Licensing event Tues May 18 more info here.
Saturday, May 15, 2010
If You've Licensed A Copyrighted Work and A New Technology Arises, Who Can Exploit It?
Labels: copyright infringement, implied copyright license, license agreements, random house, rosetta books
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