[OSM-legal-talk] Share-A-Like (non-) Verifiability because they are not publicly accessable

Rob Myers rob at robmyers.org
Thu Jun 24 09:55:37 BST 2010


On 06/24/2010 09:34 AM, Andy Allan wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 9:11 AM, Oliver (skobbler)
>
> Really, if people (businesses, charities, individuals or whoever) have
> data they wish to keep private, they can still use OSM data
> internally. If they want to "Publicly Convey this Database, any
> Derivative Database, or the Database as part of a Collective
> Database", then they can't avoid the licence.

Yes.

This is a point worth making to people who are concerned that they won't 
be able to deny other people their freedom. You can do (pretty much) 
what you like in private.

I do wish people would *read* the licence. ;-)

- Rob.




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