Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
For copyright purposes, a work formed by selecting and assembling preexisting materials (generally facts or data unprotected by copyright) in a unique way to form an original work of authorship. A database is a good example of a compilation. A compilation must have some creative aspects — such as the way it is organized and the materials selected for inclusion — to qualify for copyright protection. For example, a list of favorite Web sites including the word “gelatin,” arranged by category, would be rather creative, while a phone directory would not.
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