Crowdsourced Databases and Sui Generis Rights

08/10/2021
by   Gonçalo Simões de Almeida, et al.
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In this study we propose a new concept of databases (crowdsourced databases), adding a new conceptual approach to the debate on legal protection of databases in Europe. We also summarise the current legal framework and current indexing and web scraping practices - it would not be prudent to suggest a new theory without contextualising it in the legal and practical context in which it is developed.

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