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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Direct data and derived data: chance for a dat
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Direct data and derived data: chance for a data GPL?
Wed, 29 Aug 2018 04:35:39 +0200
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There are 2 aspects
one adressing data copyright (and odbl works fine with copyright on data
The second on personal unanonymized data (health, wealth, political opinion,
phone numbers, mail address, location, sex, etc), which should be an exception
and should rely on a deletion mechanism (eg through a record "stamp" metadata
comprising the origin database identifier and an individual identifier on that
database, combined to a peer protocol --- cancel was not systematically
honoured in usenet, but that's the idea).
Le 28 août 2018 19:49:32 GMT+02:00, Aaron Wolf <address@hidden> a écrit :
>On 08/28/2018 05:37 AM, bill-auger wrote:
>> On Tue, 28 Aug 2018 02:43:06 +0200 Thomas Harding
>>> Databases are "a set" of informations, and copyright applies on that
>>> collection as whole, and moreover on its structure.
>> if thats true then it is a counter-argument to what the OP was
>> proposing - that siggest can only work if each individual user who
>> contributed each bit of data retains copyright on each bit - i dont
>> thik that is the case for such small bits as "tweets" and "likes"
>> whatnot - so if the copyright belongs to the collector then the users
>> have absolutely no grounds to ask them to delete or share any of it
>> libreplanet-discuss mailing list
>I'm not taking the time to fully engage on this topic, but note that
>data / database issues are well-addressed by the dedicated community
>around Open Knowledge.
>So, among various interconnected sites: https://opendatacommons.org/
>Their license *is* a copyleft GPL analogue for data.
>libreplanet-discuss mailing list
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