What does copyright law protect?


The law of copyright protects the expression of ideas. The privilege of copyright is conferred to reward the labour skill and judgement which the creator or author has expended in producing the work. Copyright requires some degree of originality, which in essence means that the work must not be a copy of an original work.

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