rule of doubt

Definition of "rule of doubt"
  1. A provision that permits the U.S. Copyright Office to accept software object code for a computer program registration without making any guarantees about its eligibility for copyright protection
How to use "rule of doubt" in a sentence
  1. John registered his newly developed software under the rule of doubt.
  2. Being unsure about copyright-ability of her computer program, she decided to use the rule of doubt.
  3. While registering his object code, he was informed about the rule of doubt.

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