On December 30, gavin at diva.ie said:
> But this is completely different to the use of private art (copyright)
> which has its own substantial set of laws and is not so simple.
Copyright exists on an instance. I was talking about a programming
technique, which cannot be copyrighted and is currently also
And the grey area (which I'm pretty sure I described in my last mail)
is trying to say where the line between copyrightable "lines of code"
and (un)patentable "algorithm" is.
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