The U.S. State of Idaho has asserted copyright in its statutory code, in a notice-of-copyright-infringement letter sent on 12 July 2013 to Public.Resource.Org.
Public.Resource.Org has published the code, in XML, and PDF formats, free on the Web at https://law.resource.org/pub/us/code/id/
Excerpt of letter:
[…] To be clear, Idaho claims copyright in both the native statutory content and the analyses, summaries and reference materials contained in the linked directories (defined above as the Idaho Code) […]
For more details, please see the full text of the letter.
For more information on assertions of copyright in legal information, please see:
- these earlier posts at Legal Informatics Blog
- the declaratory judgment complaint that Public.Resource.Org and Justia drafted against the U.S. State of Oregon in 2008 when that state asserted copyright in its statutory code, and
- other materials related to the Oregon matter.