On Fri, 2 Sep 2005, Rick Moen wrote:
> The term "collective work" actually refers to a codebase (or other
> creative work) with multiple authors, where legal ownership is
> construed in a particular fashion denoted by that particular bit of
> But none of that is relevant to "an ISO", which is _not_ a
> collective work, because it is not a single codebase. It is a
> multitide of codebases that all happen to be on a CD.
Rick.. this is the *Irish* Linux users group.
I've little idea about US copyright law, however over here it's
called an "original database". The following applies:
"database" seems an odd term, so I've used the terms "collective
work" and also (i think) "aggregate work". Apologies if those terms
didn't quite translate to your jurisdiction. ;)
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