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10 Aug 2015, 1:31 am by Jani
Whether a tweet would count as a "short phrase" and therefore is not protected would remain an assessment of its creativity (as was discussed in Arica Institute Inc v Palmer, for example), as if the phrase exhibits a minimal amount of creativity, it would arguably be protected by copyright in the US.As can be seen Twitter and tweets do pose a challenge to copyright and whether its protection extends to them within the common law. [read post]