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4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni
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4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Thomas Margoni

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4th OpenAIRE Workshop - Legal and Sustainability Issues for Open Access Infrastructures …

4th OpenAIRE Workshop - Legal and Sustainability Issues for Open Access Infrastructures
Nov. Vilnius
An overview of the legal framework for an OA infrastructure like OpenAIRE - Thomas Margoni, Dr. IViR, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam

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  • 1. OpenAIRE+ Study: Licenses Dr. Thomas Margoni Institute for information law (IViR), Faculty of Law – University of Amsterdam 4 November 2013 – Legal and sustainability issues for Open Access infrastructures, Vilnius Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR
  • 2. Licenses This {repository; data base; webpage; archive; etc} and its content are licensed under a Creative Commons Public License (CCPL) version 4 (BY/SA/NC/ND) Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR 2
  • 3. Why CCPLv4?       Grants everybody the right to reproduce and redistribute, in verbatim or modified versions (necessary for full OA) Sui generis database right (SGDR) is included in the scope (together with copyright and other related rights) All these rights will follow conditions such as BY - SA Does not export SGDR where it does not exist It is well known and interoperable It is also almost ready!!! Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR 3
  • 4. And CCPLv3?  So far (if you cannot wait) is ok, but:  The “unported” version does not include the SGDR, therefore you cannot use it!!!  In the version “ported” to EU jurisdictions (check!) SGDR is waived (not licensed) therefore BY/SA etc will not apply to it. Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR 4
  • 5. Major differences v3 and v4 ● 3 is ready; 4 should be ready in weeks! ● 3 waives SGDR; 4 licenses it ● 3 is ported; 4 will only be translated ● 3 has general clause of reservation; 4 doesn't ● 3 is ported or unported; 4 is international Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR
  • 6. Other licenses    There are but standardization and interoperability are fundamental aspects CC0 can be a good solution for data, but it is a waiver not a license (eg no attribution) In OA+ we recommend the use of CCPLv4 BY(SA) Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR 10
  • 7. Questions? Thank you for your attention t.margoni@uva.nl Instituut voor Informatierecht - IViR 11

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