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The Spanish Legal Deposit Law: knitting the web for digital resources. Mar Pérez Morillo

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Presentada en la Asamblea General del IIPC desde el 30 de abril hasta el 4 de mayo de 2012. en Washington, donde participó la Biblioteca Nacional de España (BNE).

Presentada en la Asamblea General del IIPC desde el 30 de abril hasta el 4 de mayo de 2012. en Washington, donde participó la Biblioteca Nacional de España (BNE).

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  • 1. BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law: knitting the web for digital resources Mar Pérez Morillo Head of Web Services - National Library of SpainGA IIPC / Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012
  • 2. Contents1. What is Legal Deposit?2. Legal Deposit Legislation in Spain3. Printed materials vs. non-prints (tangible vs. intangible media)4. What are other countries doing?5. Specificities of the Spanish context6. Group efforts: coordination between conservation centres7. The Decree for the Legal Deposit of digital resources8. Weaving the future: it’s a joint venture. BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 2
  • 3. 1. What is Legal Deposit?● One of the statutory functions of the National Library of Spain (BNE): art. 2 D)● Requirement to deposit copies of all publications, reproduced on any media and byany procedure, published in Spain. BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 3
  • 4. 2. Legal Deposit Legislation in Spain Origins: Royal Letters Patent, granted by Philip the Vin 1716. New formats added in 1938. Legal Deposit Act: 1957, and still standing untilJuly 2011!! New Legal Deposit Act: Ley 23/2011(July 29th, 2011): • Requirement to deposit rest on editors, instead of printers • Specific mention of electronic documents and web sites as publications subject to the mandate of Legal Deposit New Act implemented by New Royal Decree which shall establish the legaldeposit of online publications (work-in-progress). BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 4
  • 5. 3. Print (tangible) vs. Non-Print (intangible) Tangible materials (=printed materials): NLS (coverage dating back to 1957). Intangible, ephemeral, non-physical documents must be managed in a different way. DL number: impossibility of perpetuating the 1957 number-code assignationprocedure. BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 5
  • 6. 4. What are other countries doing?Other web archives → encountering the same problems: • Data protection • Defence of intellectual property rightsNon-European role models: NLA; Internet Archive and USA; SingaporeDifferente models: in some countries the legal deposit is voluntary.BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 6
  • 7. 5. Specificities of the Spanish context (I)BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 7
  • 8. 5. Specificities of the Spanish context (II) Red.es (www.red.es) : Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade. • Its missions are sketched out by the State Secretariat for Telecommunications and the Information Society (SETSI). • Spain: among the 20 leading domain registries (>1,5 million domains)!! • It is going to play an important roal in the new scenario BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 8
  • 9. 6. The Decree for the Legal Deposit of digital resources (I) Its goals: • To regulate the Legal Deposit of non-print/electronic/digital/online- offline publications • To review Legal Deposit regulations, due to enormous growth of electronic resources •To adapt identification and collecting procedures to the characteristics of the new type of documents • Easier procedures for editors Working group: with representatives from all the autonomous regions and cities to draft the DecreeBIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 9
  • 10. 6. The Decree for the Legal Deposit of digital resources (II) Main topics of the Decree: • Separate procedures and conditions for the Deposit of tangible and non- tangible material • Characterization of the online documents: Public web pages Contents protected with passwords Databases and similar products • Depending on the type of documents → different ways to deposit BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 10
  • 11. 7. Group efforts: coordination between conservation centres (I) • The working group collaborate to go ahead with the project • Autonomous regions will select online sites to be preserved • BNE will run selective crawls for the Legal Deposit • The resulting collection should be preserved in a national repository • Conditions of access = for printed materials. • Access should respect copyright issues and data protection BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 11
  • 12. 7. Group efforts: coordination between conservation centres (II) • Safe repositories: act as conservation centres • If the conditions changed: documents delivered to conservation centres • If the safe repositories don’t want to act as conservation centres… BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 12
  • 13. 8. Weaving the future: it’s a joint ventureIn this framework, we are forced to collaborate.Future involvement of agents: commitment.Otherwise the preservation of so huge heritage will be lost.BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 13
  • 14. Information and images sources © National Library of Spain’s Statute book (spa), http://www.bne.es/es/LaBNE/Docs/estatutoBNE2009.pdf Legal Deposit Law 23/2011 (July 29th) (spa), http://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2011/07/30/pdfs/BOE-A-2011-13114.pdf More information about Legal Deposit in Spain, http://www.bne.es/en/Colecciones/Adquisiciones/DepositoLegal/index.html Legal deposit (Wikipedia), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_deposit Red.es, http://www.red.es/ Stock.XCHNG, http://www.sxc.hu/BIBLIOTECA Washington, D.C. / May 1st, 2012 GA IIPC / NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA The Spanish Legal Deposit Law 14
  • 15. Mar Pérez Morillo – Head of Web Services mar.perez@bne.es Pº de Recoletos 20-22 28071 Madrid España T +34 915 807 800 www.bne.esBIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA

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