Electronic era spawns copyright
Last month, he testified on behalf of five American library
associations before a congressional subcommittee studying the
Collections of Information Antipiracy Act. This proposed
legislation seeks to expand protection of databases, particularly
in the digital environment. Though its supporters have called the
bill "a complement to copyright," Neal addressed the absence of
documented need for such new protection, the overall inadequacies
of the legislation and the availability of existing laws to
protect such works.
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