§ 53a UrhG: Auslegungsschwierigkeiten beim Kopienversand

Talke, Armin
March 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p288
Trade Publication
This article discusses the transmission of copies in libraries in Germany, and the author examines in particular the copyright law §53a. The particulars of the debate are in whether an electronic copy transmission violates copyright laws, and the services offered by the library internet portal subito.


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