Part I: What is Protected? | Griswold Reading Groups | May 06, 2016

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Part I: What is Protected?

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      Throughout the course we'll be reading about more traditional copyright subject matter, such as music, movies, and written work. However, as noted in 17 U.S.C 102, those only constitute a subset of materials that are eligible for copyright protection. This playlist presents cases about some of the more obscure protectable works.
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