Perhaps a bit of a strange question.
What if I had designed a new quick, superquick sort and posted the code on DaniWeb first?
Later I could make a scientific article out of my effort.
Would I still be the owner? Or would it be Dani or DaniWeb?
Answered by deceptikon 1,790 in a post from
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Not a strange question at all, and we got it quite often when the TOS explicitly claimed copyright to any posts made (it doesn't appear to do so any longer).
In the past, ownership of post content was in practice only to absolve us of responsibility for storing, editing, and …
Answered by Reverend Jim 4,220 in a post from
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Unfortunately, it's not just a question of being able to prove ownership. It's also being able to afford to prove ownership. If someone with deep pockets wants it then they can just tie you up in litigation until you are broke. That's why I think that once you've posted the …
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