The Internet and Copyright
"The Internet has been characterized as the largest threat to copyright since its inception. The Internet is awash in information, a lot of it with varying degrees of copyright protection. Copyrighted works on the Net include new s stories, software, novels, screenplays, graphics, pictures, Usenet messages and even email. In fact, the frightening reality is that almost everything on the Net is protected by copyright law. That can pose problems for the hapless surfer." ("The Copyright Web site" http://www.benedict.com/)
What is protected on the WWW?
The unique underlying design of a Web page and its contents, including:
html, vrml, other unique markup language sequences
List of Web sites compiled by an individual or organization
and all other unique elements that make up the original nature of the material.
Source Cited from: 'Virginia Montecino 1996'' http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin. November 23, 2015 - http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/copyright-internet.htm
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