Lecture: Copyright Law in the Information Society
German original title for this course: "Urheberrecht in der Informationsgesellschaft" (UrhR)
Post-exam review for the second exam will take place on April 4th 2018, 15:30. A registration via E-Mail to burkert@informatik... is mandatory.
Objectives and Contents
Modern information systems process and store digital information from a multitude of data sources. While digital copies of data are easy to produce, different legal requirements and regulations should be taken into consideration before. In this lecture, legal and technical solutions to copyright protection are presented and discussed. The lecture aims to raise awareness with a view to the various aspects of data usage and intellectual property right protection, from international politics to personal life.
Course Organization and Availibility
This lecture is part of the module "Recht der Informationswirtschaft" (Bachelor Wirtschaftsinformatik) and can also be selected as "Wahlbereich" by computer science students. The lecture (2 SWS) is reguarly held in the summer term and is offered as a block course. During the exam (60 minutes time), all written documents are allowed (open book). Interested students are encouraged to give voluntary student presentations (result is included into the final module result with 25 percent weight). All statements without warranty.