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  1. 1. Building a set of internationally interoperable rights statements for digital cultural heritage. PAUL KELLER & MAARTEN ZEINSTRA, 4th EUROPEANA LICENSING WORKSHOP
  2. 2. 87,000 different statements about copyright & reuse
  3. 3. 13 rightsstatements
  4. 4. • Establish a suite of internationally interoperable, machine readable rights statements that can be used by cultural heritage institutions to communicate the copyright and reuse status of digitized cultural works • These are intended to work alongside the Creative Commons licenses and Public Domain tools, to cover situation where the CC licenses and tools cannot be used. • In the end we are aiming to establish and international standard for communicating the copyright and re-use situation that will be run by an independent entity. Purpose of the project
  5. 5. • In Copyright (InC) • In Copyright EU Orphan Work (InCOWEU) • In Copyright Rightsholder(s) Unlocatable or Unidentifiable (InCRUU) • In Copyright Educational Use Permitted (InCEDU) • In Copyright NonCommercial Use Permitted (InCNC) Rights Statements for Works that are in copyright
  6. 6. • Out Of Copyright NonCommercial Use Only (OOC-NC) • No Copyright Contractual Restrictions (NoC-CR) • No Copyright Other Known Legal Restrictions (NoC-OKLR) • No Copyright United States (NoC-US) Rights Statements for works that are not in copyright
  7. 7. • No Known Copyright (NKC) • Copyright Not Evaluated (CNE) Other Rights Statements
  8. 8. • The rights statements are intended to communicate the copyright and reuse status of a digital object (not only the underlying cultural work). • The working group strongly supports the position that digitization of PD works should not create additional exclusive rights • Where this is the case we recommend that such rights be waived via the CC0 Public Domain Dedication Additional considerations
  9. 9. • • Build for Linked Data • cc, dc, dcterms, foaf, edm, owl, dcmitype, odrl, p3p, premiscopy, rdfs, schema, skos • Content negotiation • Human Readable (HTML5/RDFa) • JSON-LD • Turtle RDF • One file to rule them all (on GitHub) Statements are at 1.0, Technology is at 5.0
  10. 10. Internationalisation in the core data structure All texts of the statements are machine readable and coupled to different metadata standards.License of the image
  11. 11. • Now-December – start development • Launch Early – 2016 • Adoption Europeana and DPLA in the course of 2016 (DPLA first) Next steps
  12. 12. Thank you is a joint initiative by DPLA and Europeana supported by the European Commission and the Knight Foundation Paul Keller / Maarten Zeinstra This presentation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Foto right: Giorgos Gripeos CC BY