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July 28, 2009

Closed source concepts?

It might by a tricky question in the open source era, but is it reasonable to register website concepts? In the TV and movie business they use file-reg.com to register show formats in order to protect and trade them. In case of a TV formats they depict the conception process, the show name, a set sequence of events within the show etc.

In the website business a lot of ideas get 'borrowed', and I wonder if this (still) is the favourable situation...

Posted via web from VIRVIE's ongoing discussion

Posted by Almar at July 28, 2009 06:02 PM