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Re: Changes to the Re-use of Public Sector Information

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Jon Pratty <[log in to unmask]>

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Nick - 
 
That looks likely to be of interest to the Digital Public Space working group, too. I will try to post updated details of how things are going with that work, following publication of the JISC report about feasibility of the project. 
 
Paola Marchionni has already mentioned the report on this list, but here's the link again - http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2014/12/08/towards-a-uk-digital-public-space-a-blueprint-report/ 
 
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Subject: Re: [MCG] Changes to the Re-use of Public Sector Information 
 
Dear Arantza, 
 
The Collections Trust has been working with the PSI team at the National Archives on a guidance note for museums & cultural heritage organisations that they are producing, which will address your questions. We are also developing an FAQ, for publication in March, so if I may, I will take your questions and feed them into this. 
 
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Nick 
 
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-----Original Message----- 
From: Museums Computer Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Arantza Barrutia-Wood 
Sent: 12 January 2015 10:49 
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Subject: [MCG] Changes to the Re-use of Public Sector Information 
 
Hi 
 
I wonder if anyone has been looking at this and can help with a few queries. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. 
 
1.       Does the re-use of public information directive include *works of 
art and film *or only the written word in any format including film and audio? 
 
2.       Can parts of an archive collection fall outside the re-use 
directive under the exceptions of performing arts organisations and their archives? 
 
3.       How does the fair dealing clause affect value-added products? Will 
archives have to pay themselves for the use of their own holdings from now on? Can we consider in kind return as a form of payment? What is the definition of equivalent product? Will the directive be retrospective and affect added-value products that have been created before its implementation in 2015? 
 
4.       Is permitting re-use still not mandatory? And can the organisation 
decide whether to adhere to the rules or not? The 2010 Impact Assessment document written by the National Archive states that for museums, libraries and archives the discretion over whether to permit re-use remains. 
 
5.       On the matter of licences for the re-use of public sector 
information, the Guidelines on recommended standard licences estates that ‘it is *ADVISABLE *for licences to cover attribution requirements only, as any obligations may limit licensees’ creativity or economic activity, thereby affecting the re-use potential of the documents in question. (is it law? Can we impose restrictions to the exploitation of the material even though this is not recommended?) 
 
6.       Do we have to contact the Treasury in order to charge a fee? 
 
7.       Does the RPI apply to EU Countries only or internationally? 
Thank you 
-- 
Arantza Barrutia-Wood 
Collections Officer 
University of Sheffield 
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