'Look and feel' computer copyright in the United States and Australia (part 1)
Hunter, Dan (1992) 'Look and feel' computer copyright in the United States and Australia (part 1). Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 3(2), p. 63.
United States copyright law -- two streams of computer copyright cases form basis for 'look and feel' litigation, literary work stream and audiovisual work stream -- literary work stream focuses on structure -- audiovisual work steam addresses appearance -- case studies
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