On 4/12/2010 12:43 PM, RJack wrote:
Your cited case is about statutes of limitations in compilations

Regardless of what the case is about, it is nevertheless
a fact that the court stated
    McFarlane’s registrations no more revealed an intent to claim
    copyright in Gaiman’s contributions, as distinct from McFarlane’s
    own contributions as compiler and illustrator, than the copyright
    notices did. The significance of registration is that it is a
    prerequisite to a suit to enforce a copyright.
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