There is a difference for outsourced development and in house, I was
specifically talking about in house.
3rd party development, IP stays with them unless otherwise specified.
Paul Jakma wrote:
>On Mon, 30 Dec 2002, Gavin Henrick wrote:
>>>>>copyright exists from the moment something is written, so if you
>>write something completely "new" for a company as part of your
>>work/contract for them, they own it unless your contract states
>>otherwise. Not really grey here :)
>>>>>>are you sure about this?
>>my vague understanding was that copyright by default falls to the
>author. ie not the person who pays the author, be they the
>employer, contractee, publishing house or music recording company -
>unless a contract exists between author and other party stipulating
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