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derivative work

noun consequential work, corollary work, ensuing work, resulting work, secondary work, subsequent work
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They added that the final disposition of information from all participants should be included in protective orders; derivative works should also be covered.
Android was designed to be incompatible with and fragment the Java platform, and was also designed to replace Java SE derivative works in the smartphone market, Oracle said in the filing.
The Warranty Period For Delivered Equipment And Derivative Works Of Repair Is Thirty-Six (36) Months From Delivery.
Under United States law, parodies are derivative works for which the copyright owner cannot claim, based on a "fair use" convention.
A CASE COMPARISON: DOES THE DERIVATIVE WORKS RIGHT ALLOW COPYRIGHT OWNERS TO CONTROL DERIVATIVE USES?
His book Jimmy, and derivative works about boys growing up in the 50's, have entertained many.
By signing up to Google Drive, users give the tech giant a global license to use, host, store, reproduce, modify or create derivative works and to publish, publicly perform and distribute that content," he added.
describing the difficulty of distinguishing derivative works from
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