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Oregon Declares Statutes Copyrighted Material

The State of Oregon has declared that the Oregon Revised Statutes are copyrighted material and has sent cease and desist letters to sites like Justia and Public.Resource.Org that have been posting copies of the laws.

Carl Malamud has issued a response which he has posted on Scribd, along with related documents.

Source: BoingBoing

Comments

Hi Bonnie:

Thanks so much for posting this! I'm trying to track it from my end too:) http://oregonlegalresearch.blogspot.com/

Laura

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