On Sun, 29 Jun 2003 21:58:52 +0200, Ricardo Galli said:
> exclusive rights are owned jointly. Where a computer programme is created by
> an employee in the execution of his duties or following the instructions
> given by his employer, the employer alone will be entitled to exercise all
> economic rights in the programme, unless otherwise provided for by contract.
This is no different than the US concept of "work for hire" -except under US
law, essentially everything done for the employer (software, white papers,
music, graphic design, etc) is covered by "work for hire".
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