Prima facie evidence

It is not sufficient to allege that a work has been used unlawfully and that this use threatens to cause serious financial loss or damage to the claimant’s reputation. The claimant needs to show the court that the facts and consequences they are claiming are plausible...

Prohibition of technical measures

The prohibition of technical measures relates primarily to DRM technologies (Digital rights management). DRM technologies restrict the use of a work, e.g. the distribution of a CD with copy protection that negates the right of reproduction, the right to distribute and...

Federal

Federal supervision of collecting societies aims to prevent them from abusing their power. It applies to remuneration rights in cases involving legal licences since these can only be exercised by the collecting societies (Art.13 para. 3, Art. 20 para. 4, Art. 24 para....

Plagiarism

Plagiarism describes the ‘unauthorised adoption of third-party spiritual products; the theft of intellectual property’ (Fröhlich Gerhard, Wie rein ist die Wissenschaft? – Fälschung und Plagiat im rauen Wissenschaftsalltag, in Etzlstofer Hannes/Katzinger...
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.