Zum Urheberrechtsschutz von Inhaltsverzeichnissen bei der Kataloganreicherung

Knudsen, Holger
May 2012
Bibliotheksdienst;2012, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p425
Trade Publication
The article discusses digital catalog enrichment with illustrations, charts, and table of contents as part of the library service to its users, and its copyright issues. It focuses on the copyright of table of contents and the lack of legislation in Germany. Other topics mentioned are copyright of protected German creation, the status of foreign books in German libraries, and the question whether to delete a table of content from the catalog, if the author wishes so.


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