1999-01-01Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.1108/07378839910276794
Philosophische Fakultät I
Many practices that are legal or at least clearly “fair use” in the paper world encounter serious complications in digital form. This is partly because the statutes and case law mostly do not refer to electronic situations, and analogies which one person finds reasonable may seem absurd and unacceptable to another. This column looks at two specific uses of e-mail attachments and the issues surrounding them. The use in some sense is the same, but the circumstances can lead to different conclusions.
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