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Either way, it should be frowned upon as not a nice thing to do, but would it actually be assur?
Is the dictionary that he wrote still in copyright, or has it entered the public domain? If not, who owns the rights to it?
If someone invents something new (and unique), does Judaism recognize that he has ownership over the invention [for x years]?