Posted on 25 June 2010 by Gavin Wray
Open Data Commons have launched a new license that helps those who want to share data and databases and ensure attribution is maintained.
The Open Data Commons Attribution License (abbreviated to ODC-BY) is similar to Creative Commons Attribution license, yet is specifically for databases.
There’s a plain English summary and full license text.
If you want to share your data to enable others to share, create works based on it or adapt into new applications—on condition that any public use of the database is attributed back to you—this is a useful resource.
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