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This page provides an overview of copyright rules of Slovakia relevant to uploading works into Wikimedia Commons. Note that any work originating in Slovakia must be in the public domain, or available under a free license, in both Slovakia and the United States before it can be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. If there is any doubt about the copyright status of a work from Slovakia, refer to the relevant laws for clarification.

Governing laws

Slovakia was formed on 1 January 1993 when Czechoslovakia was peacefully dissolved into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Slovakia has been a member of the Berne Convention since 1 January 1993, the World Trade Organization since 1 January 1995 and the WIPO Copyright Treaty since 6 March 2002.[1]

As of 2018 the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), an agency of the United Nations, listed Act No. 185/2015 Coll. on Copyright and Related Rights (as amended by Act No. 125/2016 Coll.) as the main copyright law enacted by the legislature of Slovakia.[1] WIPO holds an English-language version of the text of this law in their WIPO Lex database.[2] Slov-Lex holds the text in Slovak.[3]

General rules

Under Act No. 185/2015 Coll. as amended by Act No. 125/2016 Coll,

  • Economic rights run from the moment of creation of the work for the life of the author and 70 years after his death.[125/2016 Section 32(1)]
  • In case of co-authorship, economic rights run for the life of the last surviving from the co-authors and for 70 years after his death.[125/2016 Section 32(1)]
  • Where an audiovisual work is created as a work of co-authorship, economic rights run for the life of the last surviving from the director, script author, dialogues author and author of music created especially for this work and 70 years after his death.[125/2016 Section 32(1)]
  • Rights to an unpublished work run for 25 years after releasing the work.[125/2016 Section 32(2)]
  • For pseudonymous and anonymous works, economic rights run for 70 years after its lawful releasing. If it was not released within 70 years after its creation, economic rights expire after elapsing of this period.[125/2016 Section 32(3)]
  • Where a work was created for an employer and was released without indication of name of the author, economic rights run for 70 years after its lawful releasing. If it was not released within 70 years after its creation, economic rights expire after elapsing of this period.[125/2016 Section 32(4)]
  • Where a musical work is merged with a literary work, which were originally created in order to be merged, economic rights with respect to these works run for the life of the last surviving author of these works and 70 years after his death.[125/2016 Section 32(5]

The period of protection of economic rights expires upon the last day of the calendar year in which the period of protection of economic rights has elapsed.[125/2016 Section 32(7)]

Not subject to copyright

The following are not subject to copyright:[125/2016 Section 5]

  • Text of legislation, a decision of public authority or a court decision, technical standard, including draft materials and translations thereof
  • Land-use planning documents
  • State symbol, municipality symbol, symbol of self-governing region; this does not apply to a work which formed the basis for creating of such symbol,
  • Speech presented in discussions on public affairs
  • Daily news: information on events or circumstances. A work discussing daily news is not considered daily news
  • Work of traditional folk culture

Copyright tags

Сокращение
COM:TAG Slovakia

Смотрите также: Commons:Шаблоны лицензий

  • {{PD-SlovakGov}} – for public domain Slovak official works, public documents, etc.

Currency

Сокращение
COM:CUR Slovakia

Смотрите также: Commons:Денежные знаки

X mark.svg Нет. The Slovak National Bank does not provide information about copyright on images of currency.[4] Some third parties, such as shops, have been granted permission to deal with Slovakian currency.[5]

Slovakia has used the Euro since 2009. See COM:CRT/European Union Currency for more information.

Freedom of panorama

Сокращение
COM:FOP Slovakia

Смотрите также: Commons:Свобода панорамы

Symbol OK.svgДа {{FoP-Slovakia}}

Under Act No. 185/2015 Coll. as amended by Act No. 125/2016 Coll,

  • Copyright is not infringed by a person who without authorisation of its author uses the work permanently situated in public places by making copies, communication to the public or public distribution by transfer of title.[125/2016 Section 41(1)]
  • The above does not apply to making a copy of architectural work by means of building.[125/2016 Section 41(2)]

See also

Citations

  1. a b Slovakia Copyright and Related Rights (Neighboring Rights). WIPO: World Intellectual Property Organization (2018). Retrieved on 2018-11-13.
  2. Act No. 185/2015 Coll. on Copyright and Related Rights (as amended by Act No. 125/2016 Coll.). Slovakia (2016). Retrieved on 2018-11-13.
  3. Slovak copyright law as of 2016 (in Slovak). Slov-Lex (2016). Retrieved on 2018-12-04.
  4. Slovak koruna currency. Národná banka Slovenska. Retrieved on 2019-02-10.
  5. The Bank's contractual partners for the sale of numismatic materials. Národná banka Slovenska. Retrieved on 2019-02-10.
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