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Using Other People’s Maps and Data: Let’s Keep it Legal

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Tuesday, August 19th 2014


Can you use a map created by the New York Times or USA Today? Can you use data created by a local government? Our editors look at copyright, fair use, creative commons and other licenses used for maps and data. 

Directions Magazine has many webinars coming up in the next few weeks. The next one, Operating UAVs in U.S. Airspace - the Legal Implications, is Wednesday August 27.

Map: Crime Incidents - Previous Three Months via Sfdatagov.org.

Show Notes

What Is Fair Use? — Columbia Copyright Advisory Office
OpenStreetMap
ODC Open Database License (ODbL) Summary | Open Data Commons
This Map Shows the Wealthiest Person In Each State | TIME
Map: Crime Incidents - Previous Three Months | Data | San Francisco
Looking into lawmakers' county budget allocations - Orlando Sentinel
Open Data Commons
License and Copyright - wiki.mapstory.org
Creative Commons license - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GNU General Public License - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ignite Education: Ten Things You Need to Know About Reusing Web Content
Open Database License - OpenStreetMap Wiki
Data - CC Wiki
Public domain maps


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