4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Lucie Guibault

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4th OpenAIRE Workshop - Legal and Sustainability Issues for Open Access Infrastructures
Nov. Vilnius
Presentation of conclusions and guidelines for OpenAIREplus partners - Lucie Guibault, Prof., IViR, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam

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4th OpenAIRE Workshop, Lucie Guibault

  1. 1. OpenAire+: Legal framework – Conclusions and Guidelines Dr. Lucie Guibault, Legal and Sustainability Issues for Open Access Infrastructures, Vilnius
  2. 2. IP Protection of scientific output     Legal status of scientific output not entirely clear; Authorization of the rights owner is required to use a substantial portion of the contents of a database Exception for scientific uses is poorly implemented and harmonized. Acts such as linking to and from other databases is not clearly regulated under EU and national law. 13 November 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 2
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  5. 5. OpenAire+ Guidelines  Crucial for data collectors and depositors to ensure:  that all necessary copyright permissions have been cleared prior to deposit and  that ownership of the materials has been established.  Importance of licence terms - legal certainty for rights owner and users alike 13 November 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 5
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  7. 7. 20 August 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 7
  8. 8. 4 November 2013 Type the footer here 8
  9. 9. Guidelines     Use of proper Open Access licenses is paramount OA licences grant data a future - by allowing others to care for and use it. Importance of compatibility of licences Horizon2020 will require data management plan – which includes proper licensing strategy 13 November 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 9
  10. 10. Guidelines  Preference for version 4.0 of the Creative Commons licences  Version 4.0 addresses database rights  Offers unique tool to license both publications and data   Recommend CC 4.0 BY or BY-SA SA may have impact on re-use by (commercial) parties who have proprietary business models 13 November 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 10
  11. 11. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! More information? L.Guibault@uva.nl 13 November 2013 Institute for Information Law - IViR 11

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