Draft law for copyright regarding science published

A draft law for adjusting regulations in the copyright law regarding science was published by the Ministry of Justice. The law contains a list of conditions under which a protected work might be, for instance, copied for scientific purposes. A general clause, as it was proposed before, was not implemented in the draft law.

Country: Germany

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: scientific purposes, draft law, Germany, copyright

Posted on Thursday 12 January 2017

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