>>If there were no value in the selection process, then you might just as >>well run off hundreds of grids from a public domain program and put >>those into your public database. If there is value in the selection >>process, then the results of that selection can probably be copyright. > >I didn't find this aspect of "value" mentioned in any copyright law. >How would you disprove it , when e.g. someone says randomn >numbers are of value for him and some were more valuable >than others ?
That's where expensive lawyers step in and takes enough money off both sides to make it a moot point. -- Patrick Hamlyn posting from Perth, Western Australia Windsurfing capital of the Southern Hemisphere Moderator: polyforms group (firstname.lastname@example.org)