Putting the Open in Linked *Open* Data - Licensing, Sharing and Reuse

author: Rufus Pollock, Open Knowledge Foundation
published: Dec. 23, 2010,   recorded: December 2010,   views: 2710

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What does the 'open' in linked open data mean? How do we share and discover the available linked open data that is out there? In this talk we'll look into both these questions, giving a precise definition of openness (and why it matters), looking at the legal tools available to make data open and finally looking at how the legal and technological come together to facilitate data sharing and reuse -- on the semantic web and elsewhere.

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