Category Archives: Copyright

Austria and Italy raise concerns against EC copyright reformation

In the EC parliament more and more concerns are raised against the planned copyright reformation. In detail the EC rights committee proposed to install automatic upload filters on online platforms for user generated content which automatically reject uploads containing copyright … Continue reading

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Drug recommendation based on face recognition

In two Austrian pharmacy stores the company Bayer Austria currently tests a system which scans the faces of the customer. Based on the scan the software determines sex and approximate age of the person and proposes drugs. According to Bayer … Continue reading

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How to sell digital content

Many people buy now various content online (e.g. via the apple store or an eBook from amazon), which was in former days bought via DVDs or CDs. This makes it quite hard or even impossible to resell it. Amazon (in … Continue reading

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