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Those new to registering copyrights in software often assume it will be a simple process—after all, the electronic copyright registration form is a short document with a few options to select, right? Deciding what to register can be a significant challenge, however, as can determining how best to provide some of the information required by the registration application form. The process requires understanding the scope of protection provided by a registration (which is critical to determining what should be registered), dealing with claim limitations for derivative works, and the deposit requirement.
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