LaFrance on Distinguishing between Sales and Licenses of Software
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As digital media overtake more traditional publication means, disputes over the distinction between sales and licenses of copyrighted materials are more frequent. Disputes involving software have dominated, but the distinction is also problematic with respect to other categories of copyrighted works, such as motion pictures and sound recordings. Mary LaFrance discusses the new test created in Vernor v. Autodesk and its implications.
2010 Emerging Issues 5350.
LaFrance, Mary, "LaFrance on Distinguishing between Sales and Licenses of Software" (2010). Scholarly Works. Paper 459.
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