Lovells und subito e.V.: Neues Urheberrecht erfordert Lizenzverträge für elektronischen Dokumentenversand

April 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;apr2008, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p423
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The article discusses a German law effective in 2008 and the restrictions it places on the sending of of digital copies of professional articles. The restrictions require that only those articles which are for teaching or research purposes may be transmitted electronically and only in a graphical rather than digital format.


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