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derivative work

noun consequential work, corollary work, ensuing work, resulting work, secondary work, subsequent work
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There are two ways a computer program can be translated that may trigger a derivative works analysis, namely, translating between high level languages such as from BASIC to FORTRAN and/or translating from source code to object code.
that guitar tabs are derivative works of the original composition and
45) Thus, if ringtones are considered derivative works (46) of copyrighted works, and thus subject to copyright protection under another provision, 8106(2), they cannot be made or distributed using a [section] 115 mechanical license.
OSS is often mischaracterized as "free" or "free software," but a more accurate definition within the industry is that OSS has a license with limited restrictions which allows royalty free distribution of the material and derivative works.
Derivative works are new works based upon preexisting works, which recast, transform or adapt the original underlying work, e.
52) Among these is a "share alike" provision, which, like the GPL, requires that derivative works be licensed on the same terms.
After discussing his life, style, background, and derivative works, Grossman looks at each movement of the concerto, comparing the 1890-91 original student composition, the 1917 revision, and the final draft of 1919.
The court rejected this argument, holding that even if the old policies were part of the public domain, the differences between the old policies and the new policies were sufficient to establish that the new policies were protected as derivative works.
With luck, a substantial ecommons: millions of digital items that can be used directly and as the basis for derivative works without infringing copyright.
The creator-led scheme encourages musicians, writers and artists to give up some of their rights, perhaps the right to distribute work or to control derivative works to the 'commons' of the internet.
This Part traces the chronological development of copyright protection, with special emphasis placed on the evolution of protectable subject matter, infringement by derivative works, and the meaning of "limited Times.
There is also a strong preference in this view for derivative works based on changes to earlier works as opposed to original works.