These are the copyright rules of the IRIS conferences, updated for IRIS23.
Author assures that he has all copyright use rights on his/her work; no other rights exists.
Author is obliged to inform the publisher of risks of violation of personality rights.
Author grants and assigns to the main editor Prof. Dr. Dr. Erich Schweighofer the exclusive, permanent, world-wide, transferable, sub-licensable and unlimited user rights (e.g. to reproduce, publish, distribute, transmit, make available etc.).
The rights for paper proceedings are transferred to Weblaw AG, Bern.
No remuneration is paid to the author. If possible, a paper copy of the book will be given to authors – one per paper – as remuneration (EXW Wien, Schottenbastei 10-16). Further, Weblaw grants a one-year free abonnement of Jusletter IT.
The author can publish their work on their own commercial website.
On completion of the “commercial exploitation time slot” (i.e. several months after the conference for the printed volume) and in consultation with Weblaw AG, an open access policy will be pursued, decided by the main editor Prof. Dr. Dr. Erich Schweighofer. A non-exclusive license is needed for the commercial exploitation.
Publisher will name author as copyright holder of this work.
Authors have to name the original publication in a footnote in any re-publication or slightly modified follow-up publication. The following short citation has to be used: Name, Titel, re-publication data [Original publication: IRIS23 – Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion 2023, Ed. Erich Schweighofer et al. = Jusletter IT, issue 22. Februrary 2023.] [Originalpublikation: IRI§23 – Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion 2023, Hrsg. Erich Schweighofer et al. = Jusletter IT, Ausgabe 22. February 2023.].
Version 5. February 2023