|Fundstelle:||MR-Int 2016 Heft 4, 164 - 169|
|Titel:||Prosumerism and Moral Rights|
|Beschreibung:||3D-printers and User-Generated-Content currently provide the most vivid examples of prosumer activity, which often builds upon intellectual efforts of others. However, adopting and re-using pre-existing works and creations does not only pose risks to economic interests; it can also be detrimental to moral interests of authors and creators. This paper analyses the implications of 3D-printing and User-Generated-Content on moral rights protected by IP law. It thereby focuses on the right of attribution and the right of integrity in international and Austrian copyright law. To fully comply with the requirements envisaged by the|
right of attribution, prosumers who use existing works in UGC must regularly give appropriate credit to the original authors, as well as to performers and certain holders of other neighbouring rights.
|Kategorie:||Urheberrecht (International; Österreich)|
|Preis:||EUR 7.20 (Nettopreis EUR 6.00 zzgl. 20.00 % USt.) und zzgl. Versandkosten|
|ISBN:||1817-8456 (MuR Wien)|