The U.S. Supreme Court handed a narrow victory to justice in the case of Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. In 2015, Georgia sued watchdog group Public.Resource.Org for copyright infringement after it refused to pull the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) from its free website. It had been charging hundreds of dollars for access to OCGA. No more. The Supreme Court ruled that the OCGA annotations are ineligible for copyright protection because “no one can own the law”.
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