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Liability of Reusing Code
posted by scubacuda on Friday June 04, @04:29AM
from the [control-c]+[control-v] dept.
Copyright This News.com article reports that an anonymous online survey of more than 3,000 developers found that almost 70 percent of respondents keep a personal library of code that they freely carry from employer to employer.

How do you determine whether or not a "substantial" part of the code had been copied? Percentage of code? Or skill and labor involved for the copied bits of code?

(If only we had a software dev version of TurnItIn.com._

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