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

Richard Fairhurst richard at systemed.net
Thu Jun 24 10:15:51 BST 2010

Jukka Rahkonen wrote:
> Andy Allan writes:
>> If they have geographic data that we don't have, and they mix it 
>> with OSM data, then the whole point is that we end up with access 
>> to their geographic data.
> [...]
> You are obviously reading section 4.5 in a different way that I do.   
> [...]
> For me it looks like business users can feel safe with their data if they 
> do not make derivative databases, for example by enhancing their 
> own data by taking tags from OSM database. Drawing their own data 
> on top of OSM basemap is OK, isn't it?

Which fits in exactly with what Andy said. 

The key word is "mix".

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