Digitale Langzeitarchivierung als Thema für den 3. Korb zum Urheberrechtsgesetz: Urheberrechtliche Probleme der digitaten Langzeitarchivierung

Euler, Ellen; Steinhauer, Eric W.; Bankhardt, Christina
March 2011
Bibliotheksdienst;2011, Vol. 45 Issue 3/4, p322
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The article discusses the problems of long term digital archiving of inventory from institutions responsible for the preservation of cultural heritage, in particular the so called non material objects. The author believes that the needs of long-term archiving must be regulated in the third basket, the third amendment of the German copyright law, or there is the possibility that cultural heritage will be lost. The author refers to publications on the topic by Ellen Euler, cultural law researcher.


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