RS 51:1962     

§1962.  Definitions

For purposes of this Chapter the following terms shall have the meanings set forth herein:

(1)  "Computer software" means a set of statements or instructions to be used directly or indirectly in a computer in order to bring about a certain result, in any form in which such statements or instructions may be fixed, by any method now known or hereafter developed, regardless of whether such statements or instructions are capable of being perceived by or communicated to humans, together with any associated documentation and materials.  

(2)  "License agreement" means any written document on which the word "license", either alone or in combination with other words, appears prominently at or near the top of such document in such a position of prominence so as to be readily noticeable to a person of average literacy viewing such document.  

(3)  "Reverse engineering, decompiling or disassembling" means any process by which computer software is converted from one form to another form which is more readily understandable to human beings, including without limitation any decoding or decrypting of any computer program which has been encoded or encrypted in any manner.  

Acts 1984, No. 744, §1.