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Wed Jun 20 22:34:19 UTC 2012
On Thu, 21 Jun 2012 00:25:22 +0200 (CEST), Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> > You're being paid to write a program for a customer. You
> i don't talk that case, but if i am hired to write some part of program as
> an employer in software company.
Sorry, I misread the situation.
In this case I assume that any half-baked employer will have
a specific clause in the contract that will cause that all
your creations will be attributed to the employer immediately,
the wage being an act of selling your intellectual property
(if this term applies here, not sure, it's widely stressed)
to the employer who becomes the new "owner" and "creator on
behalf". It's also possible that similar content can be
present in a contract between client and customer (just like
between employer and employee). I highly assume that if such
a clause is _not_ present, the "natural and normal interpretation"
appears, i. e. you are the creator, copyright is yours. Even
if it sounds strange, it still can apply in an employment
But as I said, contracts and local law may have some regulations
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