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The rapid development of computer science has left courts struggling to fit new technologies into the traditional framework of intellectual property law. One of the most difficult legal issues is defining the limits of copyright protection for computer software. For about a decade, courts have held that the literal code of a computer program enjoys copyright protection in the same way that a literary work does.' But this conclusion does not settle whether and how the non-literal structure of adoi:10.2307/1600047 fatcat:i4do2in4tzh3hc2avbvtam6a5q