A lawsuit alleging that educational software company Levings Learning LLC used copyright-protected content in its products without permission has been dropped, though the allegations continue.

Zane Publishing Inc., a Texas-based educational CD-ROM provider, dropped the lawsuit it had filed Dec. 24 against the Oklahoma-based company and its owner, Kenton Levings.

In its lawsuit, Zane Publishing had claimed that a substantial number of the questions and answers contained in Levings Learning's web-based assessment tool, PASS Plan, were taken directly from Zane's educational CD-ROMs without permission.


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