clean room

Definition of "clean room"
  1. A process where a distinct team develops new, private material under surveillance to show that any parallels to existing works are due to valid constraints, not imitation
How to use "clean room" in a sentence
  1. The software company implemented a clean room procedure to ensure their new product didn't infringe on existing patents.
  2. Due to allegations of plagiarism, they decided to adopt a clean room approach in their next development phase.
  3. A clean room strategy can help businesses avoid legal issues related to copyright infringement.

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