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Volume 101 - Issue 3

Note: Copyrighted Laws: Enabling and Preserving Access to Incorporated Private Standards

Traditional laws—statutes, judicial opinions, and regulations—are not eligible for copyright protection. This principle is firmly established in over one hundred years of case law, despite the Copyright Code not expressly addressing the eligibility of laws. This has caused little controversy. In the last few decades, however, federal agencies have increasingly given legal force to privately […]

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