Each year there are ever more cases dealing with copyright and Internet law issues. While many of those cases deal with novel issues such as whether copyright protection extends to the unfettered display of the design of “windows” on the Internet, others address issues well settled in the offline world such as the scope of copyright protection afforded to the compilation of facts. Survey these and other cases from 2004 in “A Review of 2004 Case Law: Is the Internet Changing Copyright Law of is Copyright Law Changing the Internet?” originally published in Andrews Litigation Reporter, Vol. 22, Issue 15, Dec. 28, 2004.
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