What is a Copyright?
January 17, 2011
17. Januar 2011 - 16:00
The creators of works of literature, science and art receive protection for their works through the German Copyright Law (Urheberrechtsgesetz).
Works can be:
- Lingual works as writings, speeches, computer programs
- Works of music
- Pantomimical works and dance art
- Fine arts, including architecture and applied art, as well as there outlines
- Photographical works, including similarly constructed works
- Film works including similarly developed works
- Scientific and technical representations e.g. drawings, plans, maps, outlines, etc.
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