|Fundstelle:||MR-Int 2016 Heft 4, 155 - 160|
|Titel:||Personal 3D Printing from a Perspective of European IP Law|
|Beschreibung:||The text focuses on the personal use of 3D-printers and initially delves into the existence and scope of applicable private user exemptions in the respective|
fields of IP law. Such exemptions often leave the IP owner without protection, at least vis-à-vis the private user. This article further deals with another issue relating to third parties who provide commercial services to consumers, such as 3D print shops, providers of on demand printing services or
content providers of 3D models, and whether these can be held liable for IP infringement. The author aims at providing a high level overview on the basis of EU law and other harmonized provisions, however, due to the author’s background, references to Austrian and also German law are made.
|Kategorie:||Urheberrecht (EU; Österreich; Deutschland)|
|Preis:||EUR 7.20 (Nettopreis EUR 6.00 zzgl. 20.00 % USt.) und zzgl. Versandkosten|
|ISBN:||1817-8456 (MuR Wien)|