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== Definition ==
[[Copyright]] protects the form of '''expression''' rather than the underlying [[idea]]s of a [[writing]].
 
   
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A '''expression''' is the result of expressing, conveying, or representing one or more ideas in words, art, [[music]], or movement.
   
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== Copyright law ==
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[[Copyright]] protects the form of '''expression''' rather than the underlying [[idea]]s of a [[writing]].
 
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Latest revision as of 07:33, 19 November 2010

Definition[]

A expression is the result of expressing, conveying, or representing one or more ideas in words, art, music, or movement.

Copyright law[]

Copyright protects the form of expression rather than the underlying ideas of a writing.