Yes. Copyright enforcement relies on state rules that are generally applicable to property. According to community property laws, if a spouse creates a copyrighted work during the course of a marriage, both spouses become co-owners of the property by law. So, a copyright work authored by one spouse during the marriage is considered community property.
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