[open-science] text-mining licence exemplar
ross.mounce at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 12:59:04 UTC 2012
The Creative Commons Attribution Licence implicitly allows text-mining
(even if not expressly referred to in the legal text)
"You are free:
to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work
to Remix — to adapt the work
to make commercial use of the work"
This is what I assume most of us here on the Open Science mailing list
would recommend for academic journal publications.
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 1:50 PM, <anthony at beckhome.info> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm just submitting an invited paper to the Journal of World Archaeology
> as part a an 'open archaeology' theme. World archaeology is published by
> Taylor and Francis. As the theme is about 'open' there's been some
> discussion about the nature of the access licence. One thing I would like
> is for the journal to allow text mining on this issue in perpetuity.
> The editor has asked me for an exemplar license(s). I've googled but not
> come across anything. Does anyone have a link to an exemplar licence they
> can point me towards.
> Many thanks
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