Courts get tough on copyright compilers
A decision by a court in Australia last week could make it harder for compilers of factual information to protect their work under copyright law
In the Federal Court case
Telstra Corporation v Phone Directories Company
, Justice Gordon ruled that there was no copyright in Yellow and White Pages after Telstra and Sensis had accused the defendants of breaching their IP rights by reproducing entries...
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