Professor Jason Mazzone was quoted on September 14 in the Connecticut Law Tribune
about an upcoming intellectual property case concerning the MTA and a software developer. The developer, Chris Schoenfeld, created an iPhone application that allowed users to access train schedules without internet access, on which the MTA is now demanding royalties. Professor Mazzone argues that Schoenfeld is in the right, since listings of train arrival and departure times are facts, which cannot be copyright protected.
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