SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: information architecture as
Re: SIGIA-L: information architecture as intellectual property
Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 19:03:49 EST
"If you copy information architecture or interaction design from my
site, should I be able to sue you?"
[Are you thinking so deeply as a result of the ACIA conference? I'll admit
we did really have some intense thoughts this past week.]
Well, let's use the same methods as the model you've suggested. Let's look
at legal president. Has anyone ever been sued for copying an index from
the back of someone's book?
Senior Consultant / Information Architect
Luminant Worldwide, Dallas
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