[OSM-legal-talk] Progressing OSM to a new data Licence regime
dair at refnum.com
Mon Feb 4 16:15:36 GMT 2008
Richard Fairhurst wrote:
>Third case: there's an explicit clause (4.6) that a derivative
>database protected by technological measures (such as one sealed in
>a satnav) must also be made available in unrestricted form.
This clause requires that the unrestricted copy be "at least as
accessible to the recipient as a practical matter as the
Is "accessible" here just a way to ensure that you can always
get data out of a proprietary system (i.e., your satnav should
come with a copy of the data in an easily parseable form like .osm)?
Or is it to require that users be able to do the same things
with the unrestricted copy as they can with the restricted copy
(i.e., your satnav must accept .osm data as well as its
proprietary version of that data)?
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