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Student teams of 3-4 analyze and model (large) data sets to better understand the behavior of the data subjects and help make rational decisions.
Next call: autumn 2022
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Student teams of four dedicate ca. 600 hours to develop a software solution: be it a mobile application, a web application or something else entirely.
All agreements and contracts are made between students and the owner of the project. We can only go so far as to point out the primary legal aspects so that both parties would have an understanding of their rights, as stated by the law.
How are intellectual property rights regulated?
Given that your project bears results, a question naturally arises: whose property is this?
In Estonia, copyright is regulated by the Autoriõiguse seadus (AutÕS) aka the Copyright Act. A copyright for any piece of creative work consists of two aspects:
There are two alternatives for rights to change hands:
Should you wish to have full economic control, you ought to:
What else to bear in mind when signing a copyright agreement?
Supposing that your project involves sensitive data and you want to positively make sure that it does not reach any third parties, it would be wise to sign a confidentiality agreement aka an NDA (non-disclosure agreement).
An NDA should posit the following: