Congress is taking a third shot at a bill to extend copyright protection to databases, and this time, legislators may be inching toward a compromise on the issue.

An array of opponents, including some of the top Internet companies, has lined up against the bill, and a competing — and narrower — piece of legislation is also making its way through the House of Representatives. However, some believe legislators may be able to hammer out an agreement.

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