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The exchange of data between science and business is becoming increasingly important. For this reason, the FAIR-Data Spaces project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research is creating a common cloud-based data space. The data exchange is to comply with the so-called FAIR principles, according to which data must be findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.
The responsible ITM staff members Julian Große-Ophoff, Klaus Palenberg and Max Husmann are assessing the protection of industrial and research data under intellectual property law. In addition, codes of conduct are drafted and existing compliance regulations are reviewed in the light of copyright, secrecy and patent law.

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