[OSM-legal-talk] ODbL Use Case: comparing OSM and proprietary data

Theo Richter TheoRichter at gmx.net
Tue Jun 15 13:32:12 BST 2010


Legally, this would be a violation of the terms of use for the Navteq data.

An application allows an end-user to use the application for certain purposes, your application like mapping and routing.

It doesn’t allow the end-user to extract the data out of the application (violation 1) and then compare it with other data (violation 2).

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