Am 09.09.2016 um 19:43 schrieb Robert Whittaker (OSM lists): > > There was a case in the UK where (IIRC) house price data was offered > under the UK Open Government Licence (OGL). It turned out later that > the addresses in it had been checked/normalised using a proprietary > address database, and the licensor wasn't able to re-licence them. > According to the OGL, it is still fine to offer the whole dataset > under that licence, and there doesn't seem to be any obligation on the > licensor to point out that some parts of the dataset cannot actually > be re-used under the stated licence. > > I beleive it was one of the major issues that openaddresses.uk ran in to, see https://www.scribd.com/document_downloads/265440465?extension=pdf&from=embed&source=embed page 48 and following.
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