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Licence	  management	  for	  Public	  Sector	  Informa4on	  	  Vasily	  Bunakov	  and	  Keith	  Jeffery	  (STFC)	  	  CeDEM...
ENGAGE	  data	  and	  services	  as	  object	  of	  regula4on	  •  “Classical”	  PSI	  data	  •  Research	  data	  •  Cult...
Regula4on	  variety	  •  Interna4onal	  and	  general	  regula4on	  PSI	  Direc5ve	  (2003).	  Direc4ve	  2003/98/EC	  of	...
Re-­‐use	  regula4on	  structure	  (example)	  The structure of the World Bank legal notes
Seman4c	  structure	  	  of	  a	  regula4on	  item	  Regulation components of data.gouv.fr open licence
Challenges	  of	  regula4on	  management	  in	  e-­‐Infrastructure	  •  Quan4ty	  •  Diversity	  •  Updates	  •  Specific	 ...
PSI	  regula4on	  diversity	  Country Portal LicenceFrance Data.gouv.fr Licence OuverteUnited Kigdom Data.gov.uk Open Gove...
Special	  clauses	  (OECD	  case)	  •  Cita4on	  format	  requirements	  (4tle,	  year,	  ...)	  •  Reference	  requiremen...
Mee4ng	  challenges	  
Analyze	  regula4on...	  Patterns of regulationcontent and structurePermission for commercial re-usePermission for informa...
Model	  it...	  •  ccRel	  -­‐	  Crea4ve	  Commons	  Rights	  Expression	  Language	  	  •  ODRL	  -­‐	  Open	  Digital	  ...
Design	  and	  apply	  it...	  •  Supply	  the	  regula4on	  document	  and	  let	  the	  user	  determine	  the	  usage	 ...
The	  need	  of	  a	  	  PSI	  regula4on	  framework	  for	  e-­‐Infrastructure	  •  Monitoring	  and	  update	  of	  na4o...
Thank	  you!	  www.engage-­‐project.eu	  	  	  
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  1. 1. Licence  management  for  Public  Sector  Informa4on    Vasily  Bunakov  and  Keith  Jeffery  (STFC)    CeDEM13,  Krems,  Austria,  22-­‐24  May  2013  
  2. 2. ENGAGE  data  and  services  as  object  of  regula4on  •  “Classical”  PSI  data  •  Research  data  •  Cultural  heritage  data  •  Data  curated  by  user  communi4es  •  Web  portal  •  API  www.engage-­‐project.eu      
  3. 3. Regula4on  variety  •  Interna4onal  and  general  regula4on  PSI  Direc5ve  (2003).  Direc4ve  2003/98/EC  of  the  European  Parliament  and  of  the  Council  of  17  November  2003  on  the  re-­‐use  of  public  sector  informa4on.  PSI  Direc5ve  (2011).  Proposed  revision  of  the  Direc4ve  2003/98/EC  on  the  re-­‐use  of  public  sector  informa4on.    •  Na4onal  and  domain  specific  regula4on  Laws,  direc4ves,  policies  •  Regula4on  aimed  at  informa4on  re-­‐use  Legal  notes,  terms  and  condi4ons,  copyright,  data  licences  
  4. 4. Re-­‐use  regula4on  structure  (example)  The structure of the World Bank legal notes
  5. 5. Seman4c  structure    of  a  regula4on  item  Regulation components of data.gouv.fr open licence
  6. 6. Challenges  of  regula4on  management  in  e-­‐Infrastructure  •  Quan4ty  •  Diversity  •  Updates  •  Specific  clauses  •  Knowledge  representa4on  •  Non-­‐human  agents  AnalyzeModelImplementMonitorCommunicate
  7. 7. PSI  regula4on  diversity  Country Portal LicenceFrance Data.gouv.fr Licence OuverteUnited Kigdom Data.gov.uk Open Government LicenceItaly Dati.gov.itCreative Commons Attribuzione - Noncommerciale 2.5 Italia (CC BY-NC 2.5)Germany Govdata.deDatenlizenz Deutschland – NamensnennungDatenlizenz Deutschland – Namensnennung –nicht kommerziellNorway Data.norge.no Norsk lisens for offentlige data (NLOD)Netherlands Data.overheid.nlNo specific common licence but a recommendationfor the agencies publishing data through the portalto use the framework of the Open Government Act,and to apply Creative Commons Zero of PublicDomain if any licence is desired at allSpain Datos.gob.esNo specific licence but two parts in extensive legalnotes that cover data re-use and are based ondifferent pieces of Spanish national legislationBelgium Data.gov.beNo specific common licence. Each public service orgovernment institution determines the terms andconditions governing access to and use of its datapublished through portal.
  8. 8. Special  clauses  (OECD  case)  •  Cita4on  format  requirements  (4tle,  year,  ...)  •  Reference  requirements  (page  number  or  URL)  •  Copyright  requirements  (rights  owner  explicitly  men4oned  and  approached)  •  Presenta4on  requirements  (no  frames  or  other  visual  altering  tools)  
  9. 9. Mee4ng  challenges  
  10. 10. Analyze  regula4on...  Patterns of regulationcontent and structurePermission for commercial re-usePermission for information transformationPermission for information re-distributionRequirement of attribution (due credits)No responsibility for information re-useReferring to national legislationPatterns of regulationrepresentationMetaphor of DocumentJust Web links, no permanent identifiersCommon patterns of PSI regulation
  11. 11. Model  it...  •  ccRel  -­‐  Crea4ve  Commons  Rights  Expression  Language    •  ODRL  -­‐  Open  Digital  Rights  Language  •  ADMS  -­‐  Asset  Descrip4on  Metadata  Schema    •  XrML  -­‐  eXtensible  Rights  Markup  Language  •  METSRights  -­‐  rights  management  extension  for  METS  metadata  •  CERIF  -­‐  Common  European  Research  Informa4on  Format  •  Harves4ng  protocols  •  Rules  defini4on  languages  
  12. 12. Design  and  apply  it...  •  Supply  the  regula4on  document  and  let  the  user  determine  the  usage  condi4ons    •  Try  to  interpret  the  legalis4c  document  using  intelligent  sogware  to  extract  the  first  order  logic    •  Consciously  design  or  re-­‐engineer  pieces  of  regula4on  in  a  structured  manner,  and  supply  them  with  API  –  see  www.linkedcontentcoali4on.org  
  13. 13. The  need  of  a    PSI  regula4on  framework  for  e-­‐Infrastructure  •  Monitoring  and  update  of  na4onal  and  interna4onal  legisla4on:  laws,  direc4ves,  decisions  •  Monitoring  and  update  of  granular  regula4on  on  data  re-­‐use:  licences,  terms  and  condi4ons  •  Machine-­‐oriented  regula5on  modelling  and  other  informa4on  technology  •  Standardiza4on  and  structured  communica4on    
  14. 14. Thank  you!  www.engage-­‐project.eu      
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