[OSM-legal-talk] Talk tonight...
frederik at remote.org
Wed Nov 14 13:50:29 GMT 2007
> Late notice I'm afraid, but if anyone is in Edinburgh this evening
> I am doing a talk to the Scottish Society for Computers and the Law on
> OSM and Copyright. Applying the IANAL but... in front of a bunch of
> lawyers will be interesting and I'm hoping to get an interesting
> discussion.... (although they don't actually know much about this
> anyhow I may get some good contacts.
> Now I know that we had hoped to get some proper legal advice but
> I'm not
> sure if we ever did what was the status of this.
> Any thoughts on stuff that I should emphasise?
I think that my pet peeve of "unable to create work derived from
wikipedia and OSM at the same time" or, more approriately, "able to
create work but unable to distribute it in any legal way" might prove
an interesting conundrum; I don't know if this is a common issue in
legal or if this is something new that only pops up with the type of
copyleft licensing we have.
I know that in some countries the church will only allow marriage
between two people of different faith if they promise to bring their
offspring up in the "right" religion, which of course breaks if both
churches involved act like this ;-)
Frederik Ramm ## eMail frederik at remote.org ## N49°00.09' E008°23.33'
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