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CulturaItalia: Legal Context

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Giuliana De Francesco
Europeana Meeting, Rome, Italy
21 February 2011

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  • 1. ATHENA – EuropeanaLocal WorkshopIl contributo europeo al patrimonio culturale digitale sul Web Roma, 21 Febbraio 2011 CulturaItalia: Legal Context Giuliana De Francesco
  • 2. Content• The licence agreement (2009)• How we got there How we got there• Comparison with Europeana Licence  Agreement (draft under discussion) A (d f d di i )
  • 3. CulturaItalia Licence Agreement• Framework agreement• Coverage: Metadata, catalogue information, other digital  resources (both under copyright and public domain  but  under the control of the CP) under the control of the CP)• Between MiBAC and any content provider, public or private• F For non commercial purposes only i l l• Possible costs and expenses to be governed by special  agreements (not included in the framework licence) agreements (not included in the framework licence)• Applicable law: Italian• Full text (in Italian): Full text (in Italian):  http://www.culturaitalia.it/pico/museiditalia/index.html
  • 4. Conditions• The selection of the resources is agreed between the  CP and MiBAC – CP can select sets of data and elements of each set – MiBAC has no obligation to publish all content delivered• The licence is non‐exclusive, free of charge for both  parties, not time‐limited (it’s valid until the copyright  on the resources expires)• Conformant to CC Attribution – Non Commercial 2.5 Conformant to CC Attribution  Non Commercial 2.5
  • 5. Rights of the Content Provider Rights of the Content Provider• The CP keeps the rights on the resources provided  and is free to use and reuse them as it deems  appropriate• The CP is recognised as the source of the data  contributed o e da a e o g a co e s p o ded by• Link to the data in the original context is provided by  CulturaItalia
  • 6. MiBAC s rights MiBAC’s rights• Ownership of the database resulting from the  aggregation of contributed content• Translations• Name, graphic design, etc. Name, graphic design, etc.
  • 7. Duration• The licence is valid indefinitely • It effects from the moment when the CP transfers to  MiBAC the resources and/or the metadata licensed• Either party can decide to terminate the licence by Either party can decide to terminate the licence by  sending written communication to the other party  with six months notice s o s o ce• Already licenced content will remain with MiBAC
  • 8. History• A more extended version of the current agreement  g had been drafted already in 2006‐2007. MiBAC  consultants were lawyers involved in Creative  Commons Italy – Main difference with the current version: the  resources  were available to the users only for personal use il bl t th l f l – Times were not considered ripe yet for the adoption of a  CC license CC license• Previously: Individual bi‐lateral agreements,  sometimes involving funding;  sometimes involving funding; – Rights issues little or no addressed
  • 9. CulturaItalia and Europeana Licence Agreements:  Similarities and differences• Content: – Europeana: Metadata and Preview – CulturaItalia: Additionally Digital Resources can also be CulturaItalia: Additionally, Digital Resources can also be  submitted• Selection: Up to data providers aggregators checks Selection: Up to data providers, aggregators checks  quality compliance• Restrictions: – CI: data available for non commercial purposes only (CC By  NC 2.5) NC 2 5) – Europeana: no restrictions (CC 0)
  • 10. CulturaItalia and Europeana Licence Agreements:  Similarities and differences• Main difference: – Re‐use for commercial purposes is not excluded  p p by the new Europeana Licence Agreement  – This main change was introduced in order to: This main change was introduced in order to: • Allow Europeana to make available the aggregated  data as Linked Open Data data as Linked Open Data • Allow Data Providers to reuse Europeana Data without  restrictions
  • 11. CulturaItalia and Europeana Licence Agreements:  Similarities and differences• Would this be applicable in the Italian context? – Private content providers involved – Cultural institutions and commercial reuse – Linked data vs Linked Open data• Does publication as Linked Data require CC 0? p q
  • 12. Thank you for your kind attention! Contact details: • giuliana.defrancesco@beniculturali.it CC BY 3 0 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 12

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