World Programming

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World Programming
Private Limited Company
Industry Software
Founded 2000
Headquarters UK
Products WPS
Website www.worldprogramming.com

World Programming is a private limited company headquartered in the UK.

They develop and distribute software products concerned with numerical analysis, business intelligence and data distribution.

The company's main software products is the World Programming System (WPS).[1] The software was the subject of a lawsuit by SAS Institute. The EU Court of Justice ruled in favor of World Programming, stating that the copyright protection does not extend to the software functionality, the programming language used and the format of the data files used by the program. It stated that there is no copyright infringement when a company which does not have access to the source code of a program studies, observes and tests that program to create another program with the same functionality.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Programming Ltd (2 June 2016). "www.worldprogramming.com/about_us/company". Retrieved 2 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Aoife White (2012-05-02). "Copyright Can't Block Software Reverse Engineering: Court". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2012-05-02. 

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