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Austrian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Issue 11-12/2015

Digitalization of culture heritage and the connection with deritative works of copyright law

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/AJH-16-11.12-115-117

Pages: 115 - 117

Authors: Ahmeti E.

Abstract: Uncertainty for the digitalization of cultural heritage as in EU countries is obviously also present in Albania. Albanian photography institution “Marubi” has taken a leave to digitized cultural richness of its funds as to make its archive accessible for education and knowledge of the culture for future generations. However this good will for spreading of culture through digitalization programs should be developed on a legal framework that satisfies all sides, as holders of rights, the protection of copyright, publishers, libraries, archives, but also the public interests. This article is focused on the forecat of actions in way to suit this will, to distribute this cultural heritage of a country in the context of copyright. It is evident that this vision must be clarified first frame in an international context, and from that deriving the appropriate provisions in national legislation. The purpose of this paper is to describe the specific cases to understand the connection of copyright with digitalization conducted by relevant institutions of culture.

Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Legal Framework, Originality, Marubi Phototheque, Photographic Works.

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