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From: 'Carl Morris' via mysociety-community <mysociety-community@
Date: Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 11:06 AM
Subject: [mySociety-community] Video licensing by parliaments - looking for
good practice worldwide
Hello mySociety community members worldwide
What are the best examples where a parliament uses open licensing for
distributing its own videos (of debates, committees, etc), and gives
explicit encouragement to re-use?
I suppose the ideal licence would be one of these:
Maybe OGL (or similar)
I've been looking at the licence used by the National Assembly for Wales
and it's a uniquely-worded affair requiring:
the material being reproduced accurately and not in a misleading context
This doesn't strike me as ideal for encouraging re-use, or for that matter
even remotely enforceable.
Diolch o flaen llaw / thanks in advance
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