Thursday, September 27, 2012

Imagine if the Constitution were the story of a small boy growing up in Kansas....

Marty Schwimmer has some nice commentary on the Yeti Town copyright infringement case, discussing what's protectable (relational similarity or attribute similarity, a cognitive psychologist might say) in games and in novels, and how some changes bring others with them--as changing Gone with the Wind to an Alaskan setting is likely to do.  He picks up on Eric Goldman's comments.

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