[OT] Copyrighting games?
sundown at pacifier.com
Fri Aug 21 03:39:22 CEST 2015
I was reading an article on how to copyright software
It talks about how to submit your software code
and what to do if it contains trade secrets. And
then it says this,
• Your copyright extends only to the actual expression or execution of the
software application. It does not protect the software concept, program logic or
algorithms, or the layout of the user interface.
It sounds like your trade secrets are not protected.
On Aug 20, 2015, at 6:01 PM, Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
> I didn't say "do nothing". I said: don't spend your money on something that's essentially free.
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> On 8/20/2015 17:28, Lynn Fredricks wrote:
>>> Since nobody needs to pay money to "copyright" a work, or in
>>> fact nobody NEEDS to "copyright" a work, because it already
>>> is copyrighted, I'd say this website is merely a way to lose
>>> some money.
>> You can always do nothing. Registration provides additional benefits though.
>> You can find the equivalent on a lot of sites but this article is short and
>> clear about the benefits of registration:
>> The NOLO legal guides are pretty good for lightweight legal stuff.
>> Best regards,
>> Lynn Fredricks
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