‘Carlton Dance’ Too Simple To Copyright says Copyright Office

In a setback in actor and dance innovator Alfonso Ribeiro’s battle against game creators, the U.S. Copyright Office has ruled that his “Carlton Dance” cannot be copyrighted. According to an email obtained by CBS, the Copyright Office rejected Riberio’s copyright for the dance saying that it represented a “simple dance routine” rather than a work of choreography.

Source: ‘Carlton Dance’ Too Simple To Copyright says Copyright Office

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