Database Protection Bill Advances in Congress

Friday Oct 17th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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An effort to protect school guides, news archives and other databases from wholesale copying won the approval of a congressional subcommittee on Thursday...

[From Reuters]

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An effort to protect school guides, news archives and other databases from wholesale copying won the approval of a congressional subcommittee on Thursday, despite objections of lawmakers who said it is not necessary.

The House of Representatives intellectual-property subcommittee voted 11-4 to provide a legal umbrella for publishers of factual information, such as courtroom decisions and professional directories, similar to the copyright laws that protect music, novels and other creative works.

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