On Friday 15 February 2013 23:01:36 Chris Bannister wrote:
THis example is still hung up with the artwork on the bags or the trademarks /
logos on the bags and not with the underlying design on the bag itself.
How long is it? How wide? How tall? Basic shape. How do the handles attach?
The design of the bag itself. The design of a plain white or black or red
>From what I have read, clothing designs do not get copyright protection.
Some at least are trying to get it though:
And how are they justifying it in the article? They want a big copyright
proponent to have to pay them for alledgedly making a knockoff of a dress
design for use in a big movie without paying the dress designer.
>From that I can see, there is not underlying principle at work here. There is
no way to tell someone a few basic rules and let them reason their way to the
correct outcomes that will be reached in the case of copyright and patents
and the like. And not by a long shot.
all the best,
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