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Presentation given at JISC-PoWR workshop 1 (Preservation of Web Resources: Making a Start), Dr Seng Tee Lee Room at Senate House Library, University of London:

Presentation given at JISC-PoWR workshop 1 (Preservation of Web Resources: Making a Start), Dr Seng Tee Lee Room at Senate House Library, University of London:
http://jiscpowr.jiscinvolve.org/workshops/workshop-1/

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    • Legal issues and preservation JISC-PoWR Workshop Preservation of Web Resources: Making a Start
      • 25 June 2008
      • Jordan S. Hatcher
      • e: jordan at opencontentlawyer dot com
      • w: http://opencontentlawyer.com
    • Disclaimers
      • IAAL but of course IAALBIANYL
      • I am a techie among lawyers, but not among techies
      • I am not a specialist in web preservation
      • But...
      • I do work primarily in copyright and content issues
      • I specialise in Law 2.0 issues and copyright issues such as CC
    •  
    • Legal issues
      • Data protection
      • Content related rules
      • Freedom of Information rules
      • Intellectual property
      • Third party websites and Education 2.0
    • Data Protection
      • “Personal data processed for any purpose or purposes shall not be kept for longer than is necessary for that purpose or those purposes.”
        • - 5th DP principle.
    • Content related rules
      • Defamation/libel
      • Adult content (pornography)
      • Obscenity
      • Race / hatred rules
      • Terrorism
    •  
    • IP
      • Web preservation
      trade marks copyright
    • Copyright
      • All rights reserved – permission need unless exception
      • Archiving websites involves copying
      • Material licensed for a project may be time restricted
      • IP management at the beginning helps down the road as well (RIRO - rubbish in, rubbish out)
      • No specific exception for web archiving
      • May need to seek permission (a licence)
      • “ some rights reserved”
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      • Terms of use
    • Overwhelmed?
      • too much paperwork?
    •  
    • Risk management not total risk aversion
      • Don’t get so caught up on legal that you don’t ever actually get to preserve the web resources!
    • Risk management for preservation
      • Identify the risks - What are the risks for your activities?
      • ____________________________________
      • Risk Avoidance – Pick what you preserve
      • Risk Reduction – Find ways to reduce the liability on what you preserve
      • Risk Acceptance – Accept that the risk is low and go ahead
      • Risk Transfer – Insurance for preservation activities
    • Some thoughts...
      • Try to balance the likelihood of a legal problem with the need for preservation.
      • The preservationist should not to be the first one to think of the legal issues!
      • If you find a particular legal problem, feed it back to the beginning of the pipeline -- the people in charge of creating the sites you preserve.
      • Use available internal resources to help address the problems -- DP officers, Copyright officers, university legal, and others
      • Use external resources such as JISC Legal or projects such as the Web2Rights project ( http://www.web2rights.org.uk /)
    • Thanks!
      • Jordan Hatcher
      • e: webcontact ]AT[ opencontentlawyer D O T com
      • w: http://opencontentlawyer.com
      • w: http:twitchgamer.net
    • Credits
      • CREATIVE COMMONS mark registered by Creative Commons.
      • All trade marks are registered by their respective owners.
      • Don’t Panic Badge - CC-BY by JL2003 and at http://www.flickr.com/photos/brighton/2153602543/ (button from 1984 computer game version of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
      • The Information Padlock signpost is by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
      • The Sun screenshot is presented as criticism and comment. All content copyright 2008 News Group Newspapers Ltd.
      • Freedom of Information badge from the Ministry of Justice (formerly DCA at http://www.foi.gov.uk/logos/foilogo.htm )
      • Paperwork - CC-BY-NC-SA by luxomedia and at http://www.flickr.com/photos/videolux/2390152100/