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1 ## ODC Open Database License (ODbL)
2
3 ### Preamble
4
5 The Open Database License (ODbL) is a license agreement intended to
6 allow users to freely share, modify, and use this Database while
7 maintaining this same freedom for others. Many databases are covered by
8 copyright, and therefore this document licenses these rights. Some
9 jurisdictions, mainly in the European Union, have specific rights that
10 cover databases, and so the ODbL addresses these rights, too. Finally,
11 the ODbL is also an agreement in contract for users of this Database to
12 act in certain ways in return for accessing this Database.
13
14 Databases can contain a wide variety of types of content (images,
15 audiovisual material, and sounds all in the same database, for example),
16 and so the ODbL only governs the rights over the Database, and not the
17 contents of the Database individually. Licensors should use the ODbL
18 together with another license for the contents, if the contents have a
19 single set of rights that uniformly covers all of the contents. If the
20 contents have multiple sets of different rights, Licensors should
21 describe what rights govern what contents together in the individual
22 record or in some other way that clarifies what rights apply.
23
24 Sometimes the contents of a database, or the database itself, can be
25 covered by other rights not addressed here (such as private contracts,
26 trade mark over the name, or privacy rights / data protection rights
27 over information in the contents), and so you are advised that you may
28 have to consult other documents or clear other rights before doing
29 activities not covered by this License.
30
31 ------
32
33 The Licensor (as defined below)
34
35 and
36
37 You (as defined below)
38
39 agree as follows:
40
41 ### 1.0 Definitions of Capitalised Words
42
43 "Collective Database" – Means this Database in unmodified form as part
44 of a collection of independent databases in themselves that together are
45 assembled into a collective whole. A work that constitutes a Collective
46 Database will not be considered a Derivative Database.
47
48 "Convey" – As a verb, means Using the Database, a Derivative Database,
49 or the Database as part of a Collective Database in any way that enables
50 a Person to make or receive copies of the Database or a Derivative
51 Database. Conveying does not include interaction with a user through a
52 computer network, or creating and Using a Produced Work, where no
53 transfer of a copy of the Database or a Derivative Database occurs.
54 "Contents" – The contents of this Database, which includes the
55 information, independent works, or other material collected into the
56 Database. For example, the contents of the Database could be factual
57 data or works such as images, audiovisual material, text, or sounds.
58
59 "Database" – A collection of material (the Contents) arranged in a
60 systematic or methodical way and individually accessible by electronic
61 or other means offered under the terms of this License.
62
63 "Database Directive" – Means Directive 96/9/EC of the European
64 Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection
65 of databases, as amended or succeeded.
66
67 "Database Right" – Means rights resulting from the Chapter III ("sui
68 generis") rights in the Database Directive (as amended and as transposed
69 by member states), which includes the Extraction and Re-utilisation of
70 the whole or a Substantial part of the Contents, as well as any similar
71 rights available in the relevant jurisdiction under Section 10.4.
72
73 "Derivative Database" – Means a database based upon the Database, and
74 includes any translation, adaptation, arrangement, modification, or any
75 other alteration of the Database or of a Substantial part of the
76 Contents. This includes, but is not limited to, Extracting or
77 Re-utilising the whole or a Substantial part of the Contents in a new
78 Database.
79
80 "Extraction" – Means the permanent or temporary transfer of all or a
81 Substantial part of the Contents to another medium by any means or in
82 any form.
83
84 "License" – Means this license agreement and is both a license of rights
85 such as copyright and Database Rights and an agreement in contract.
86
87 "Licensor" – Means the Person that offers the Database under the terms
88 of this License.
89
90 "Person" – Means a natural or legal person or a body of persons
91 corporate or incorporate.
92
93 "Produced Work" – a work (such as an image, audiovisual material, text,
94 or sounds) resulting from using the whole or a Substantial part of the
95 Contents (via a search or other query) from this Database, a Derivative
96 Database, or this Database as part of a Collective Database.
97
98 "Publicly" – means to Persons other than You or under Your control by
99 either more than 50% ownership or by the power to direct their
100 activities (such as contracting with an independent consultant).
101
102 "Re-utilisation" – means any form of making available to the public all
103 or a Substantial part of the Contents by the distribution of copies, by
104 renting, by online or other forms of transmission.
105
106 "Substantial" – Means substantial in terms of quantity or quality or a
107 combination of both. The repeated and systematic Extraction or
108 Re-utilisation of insubstantial parts of the Contents may amount to the
109 Extraction or Re-utilisation of a Substantial part of the Contents.
110
111 "Use" – As a verb, means doing any act that is restricted by copyright
112 or Database Rights whether in the original medium or any other; and
113 includes without limitation distributing, copying, publicly performing,
114 publicly displaying, and preparing derivative works of the Database, as
115 well as modifying the Database as may be technically necessary to use it
116 in a different mode or format.
117
118 "You" – Means a Person exercising rights under this License who has not
119 previously violated the terms of this License with respect to the
120 Database, or who has received express permission from the Licensor to
121 exercise rights under this License despite a previous violation.
122
123 Words in the singular include the plural and vice versa.
124
125 ### 2.0 What this License covers
126
127 2.1. Legal effect of this document. This License is:
128
129 a. A license of applicable copyright and neighbouring rights;
130
131 b. A license of the Database Right; and
132
133 c. An agreement in contract between You and the Licensor.
134
135 2.2 Legal rights covered. This License covers the legal rights in the
136 Database, including:
137
138 a. Copyright. Any copyright or neighbouring rights in the Database.
139 The copyright licensed includes any individual elements of the
140 Database, but does not cover the copyright over the Contents
141 independent of this Database. See Section 2.4 for details. Copyright
142 law varies between jurisdictions, but is likely to cover: the Database
143 model or schema, which is the structure, arrangement, and organisation
144 of the Database, and can also include the Database tables and table
145 indexes; the data entry and output sheets; and the Field names of
146 Contents stored in the Database;
147
148 b. Database Rights. Database Rights only extend to the Extraction and
149 Re-utilisation of the whole or a Substantial part of the Contents.
150 Database Rights can apply even when there is no copyright over the
151 Database. Database Rights can also apply when the Contents are removed
152 from the Database and are selected and arranged in a way that would
153 not infringe any applicable copyright; and
154
155 c. Contract. This is an agreement between You and the Licensor for
156 access to the Database. In return you agree to certain conditions of
157 use on this access as outlined in this License.
158
159 2.3 Rights not covered.
160
161 a. This License does not apply to computer programs used in the making
162 or operation of the Database;
163
164 b. This License does not cover any patents over the Contents or the
165 Database; and
166
167 c. This License does not cover any trademarks associated with the
168 Database.
169
170 2.4 Relationship to Contents in the Database. The individual items of
171 the Contents contained in this Database may be covered by other rights,
172 including copyright, patent, data protection, privacy, or personality
173 rights, and this License does not cover any rights (other than Database
174 Rights or in contract) in individual Contents contained in the Database.
175 For example, if used on a Database of images (the Contents), this
176 License would not apply to copyright over individual images, which could
177 have their own separate licenses, or one single license covering all of
178 the rights over the images.
179
180 ### 3.0 Rights granted
181
182 3.1 Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, the Licensor
183 grants to You a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive, terminable (but
184 only under Section 9) license to Use the Database for the duration of
185 any applicable copyright and Database Rights. These rights explicitly
186 include commercial use, and do not exclude any field of endeavour. To
187 the extent possible in the relevant jurisdiction, these rights may be
188 exercised in all media and formats whether now known or created in the
189 future.
190
191 The rights granted cover, for example:
192
193 a. Extraction and Re-utilisation of the whole or a Substantial part of
194 the Contents;
195
196 b. Creation of Derivative Databases;
197
198 c. Creation of Collective Databases;
199
200 d. Creation of temporary or permanent reproductions by any means and
201 in any form, in whole or in part, including of any Derivative
202 Databases or as a part of Collective Databases; and
203
204 e. Distribution, communication, display, lending, making available, or
205 performance to the public by any means and in any form, in whole or in
206 part, including of any Derivative Database or as a part of Collective
207 Databases.
208
209 3.2 Compulsory license schemes. For the avoidance of doubt:
210
211 a. Non-waivable compulsory license schemes. In those jurisdictions in
212 which the right to collect royalties through any statutory or
213 compulsory licensing scheme cannot be waived, the Licensor reserves
214 the exclusive right to collect such royalties for any exercise by You
215 of the rights granted under this License;
216
217 b. Waivable compulsory license schemes. In those jurisdictions in
218 which the right to collect royalties through any statutory or
219 compulsory licensing scheme can be waived, the Licensor waives the
220 exclusive right to collect such royalties for any exercise by You of
221 the rights granted under this License; and,
222
223 c. Voluntary license schemes. The Licensor waives the right to collect
224 royalties, whether individually or, in the event that the Licensor is
225 a member of a collecting society that administers voluntary licensing
226 schemes, via that society, from any exercise by You of the rights
227 granted under this License.
228
229 3.3 The right to release the Database under different terms, or to stop
230 distributing or making available the Database, is reserved. Note that
231 this Database may be multiple-licensed, and so You may have the choice
232 of using alternative licenses for this Database. Subject to Section
233 10.4, all other rights not expressly granted by Licensor are reserved.
234
235 ### 4.0 Conditions of Use
236
237 4.1 The rights granted in Section 3 above are expressly made subject to
238 Your complying with the following conditions of use. These are important
239 conditions of this License, and if You fail to follow them, You will be
240 in material breach of its terms.
241
242 4.2 Notices. If You Publicly Convey this Database, any Derivative
243 Database, or the Database as part of a Collective Database, then You
244 must:
245
246 a. Do so only under the terms of this License or another license
247 permitted under Section 4.4;
248
249 b. Include a copy of this License (or, as applicable, a license
250 permitted under Section 4.4) or its Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)
251 with the Database or Derivative Database, including both in the
252 Database or Derivative Database and in any relevant documentation; and
253
254 c. Keep intact any copyright or Database Right notices and notices
255 that refer to this License.
256
257 d. If it is not possible to put the required notices in a particular
258 file due to its structure, then You must include the notices in a
259 location (such as a relevant directory) where users would be likely to
260 look for it.
261
262 4.3 Notice for using output (Contents). Creating and Using a Produced
263 Work does not require the notice in Section 4.2. However, if you
264 Publicly Use a Produced Work, You must include a notice associated with
265 the Produced Work reasonably calculated to make any Person that uses,
266 views, accesses, interacts with, or is otherwise exposed to the Produced
267 Work aware that Content was obtained from the Database, Derivative
268 Database, or the Database as part of a Collective Database, and that it
269 is available under this License.
270
271 a. Example notice. The following text will satisfy notice under
272 Section 4.3:
273
274 Contains information from DATABASE NAME, which is made available
275 here under the Open Database License (ODbL).
276
277 DATABASE NAME should be replaced with the name of the Database and a
278 hyperlink to the URI of the Database. "Open Database License" should
279 contain a hyperlink to the URI of the text of this License. If
280 hyperlinks are not possible, You should include the plain text of the
281 required URI's with the above notice.
282
283 4.4 Share alike.
284
285 a. Any Derivative Database that You Publicly Use must be only under
286 the terms of:
287
288 i. This License;
289
290 ii. A later version of this License similar in spirit to this
291 License; or
292
293 iii. A compatible license.
294
295 If You license the Derivative Database under one of the licenses
296 mentioned in (iii), You must comply with the terms of that license.
297
298 b. For the avoidance of doubt, Extraction or Re-utilisation of the
299 whole or a Substantial part of the Contents into a new database is a
300 Derivative Database and must comply with Section 4.4.
301
302 c. Derivative Databases and Produced Works. A Derivative Database is
303 Publicly Used and so must comply with Section 4.4. if a Produced Work
304 created from the Derivative Database is Publicly Used.
305
306 d. Share Alike and additional Contents. For the avoidance of doubt,
307 You must not add Contents to Derivative Databases under Section 4.4 a
308 that are incompatible with the rights granted under this License.
309
310 e. Compatible licenses. Licensors may authorise a proxy to determine
311 compatible licenses under Section 4.4 a iii. If they do so, the
312 authorised proxy's public statement of acceptance of a compatible
313 license grants You permission to use the compatible license.
314
315
316 4.5 Limits of Share Alike. The requirements of Section 4.4 do not apply
317 in the following:
318
319 a. For the avoidance of doubt, You are not required to license
320 Collective Databases under this License if You incorporate this
321 Database or a Derivative Database in the collection, but this License
322 still applies to this Database or a Derivative Database as a part of
323 the Collective Database;
324
325 b. Using this Database, a Derivative Database, or this Database as
326 part of a Collective Database to create a Produced Work does not
327 create a Derivative Database for purposes of Section 4.4; and
328
329 c. Use of a Derivative Database internally within an organisation is
330 not to the public and therefore does not fall under the requirements
331 of Section 4.4.
332
333 4.6 Access to Derivative Databases. If You Publicly Use a Derivative
334 Database or a Produced Work from a Derivative Database, You must also
335 offer to recipients of the Derivative Database or Produced Work a copy
336 in a machine readable form of:
337
338 a. The entire Derivative Database; or
339
340 b. A file containing all of the alterations made to the Database or
341 the method of making the alterations to the Database (such as an
342 algorithm), including any additional Contents, that make up all the
343 differences between the Database and the Derivative Database.
344
345 The Derivative Database (under a.) or alteration file (under b.) must be
346 available at no more than a reasonable production cost for physical
347 distributions and free of charge if distributed over the internet.
348
349 4.7 Technological measures and additional terms
350
351 a. This License does not allow You to impose (except subject to
352 Section 4.7 b.) any terms or any technological measures on the
353 Database, a Derivative Database, or the whole or a Substantial part of
354 the Contents that alter or restrict the terms of this License, or any
355 rights granted under it, or have the effect or intent of restricting
356 the ability of any person to exercise those rights.
357
358 b. Parallel distribution. You may impose terms or technological
359 measures on the Database, a Derivative Database, or the whole or a
360 Substantial part of the Contents (a "Restricted Database") in
361 contravention of Section 4.74 a. only if You also make a copy of the
362 Database or a Derivative Database available to the recipient of the
363 Restricted Database:
364
365 i. That is available without additional fee;
366
367 ii. That is available in a medium that does not alter or restrict
368 the terms of this License, or any rights granted under it, or have
369 the effect or intent of restricting the ability of any person to
370 exercise those rights (an "Unrestricted Database"); and
371
372 iii. The Unrestricted Database is at least as accessible to the
373 recipient as a practical matter as the Restricted Database.
374
375 c. For the avoidance of doubt, You may place this Database or a
376 Derivative Database in an authenticated environment, behind a
377 password, or within a similar access control scheme provided that You
378 do not alter or restrict the terms of this License or any rights
379 granted under it or have the effect or intent of restricting the
380 ability of any person to exercise those rights.
381
382 4.8 Licensing of others. You may not sublicense the Database. Each time
383 You communicate the Database, the whole or Substantial part of the
384 Contents, or any Derivative Database to anyone else in any way, the
385 Licensor offers to the recipient a license to the Database on the same
386 terms and conditions as this License. You are not responsible for
387 enforcing compliance by third parties with this License, but You may
388 enforce any rights that You have over a Derivative Database. You are
389 solely responsible for any modifications of a Derivative Database made
390 by You or another Person at Your direction. You may not impose any
391 further restrictions on the exercise of the rights granted or affirmed
392 under this License.
393
394 ### 5.0 Moral rights
395
396 5.1 Moral rights. This section covers moral rights, including any rights
397 to be identified as the author of the Database or to object to treatment
398 that would otherwise prejudice the author's honour and reputation, or
399 any other derogatory treatment:
400
401 a. For jurisdictions allowing waiver of moral rights, Licensor waives
402 all moral rights that Licensor may have in the Database to the fullest
403 extent possible by the law of the relevant jurisdiction under Section
404 10.4;
405
406 b. If waiver of moral rights under Section 5.1 a in the relevant
407 jurisdiction is not possible, Licensor agrees not to assert any moral
408 rights over the Database and waives all claims in moral rights to the
409 fullest extent possible by the law of the relevant jurisdiction under
410 Section 10.4; and
411
412 c. For jurisdictions not allowing waiver or an agreement not to assert
413 moral rights under Section 5.1 a and b, the author may retain their
414 moral rights over certain aspects of the Database.
415
416 Please note that some jurisdictions do not allow for the waiver of moral
417 rights, and so moral rights may still subsist over the Database in some
418 jurisdictions.
419
420 ### 6.0 Fair dealing, Database exceptions, and other rights not affected
421
422 6.1 This License does not affect any rights that You or anyone else may
423 independently have under any applicable law to make any use of this
424 Database, including without limitation:
425
426 a. Exceptions to the Database Right including: Extraction of Contents
427 from non-electronic Databases for private purposes, Extraction for
428 purposes of illustration for teaching or scientific research, and
429 Extraction or Re-utilisation for public security or an administrative
430 or judicial procedure.
431
432 b. Fair dealing, fair use, or any other legally recognised limitation
433 or exception to infringement of copyright or other applicable laws.
434
435 6.2 This License does not affect any rights of lawful users to Extract
436 and Re-utilise insubstantial parts of the Contents, evaluated
437 quantitatively or qualitatively, for any purposes whatsoever, including
438 creating a Derivative Database (subject to other rights over the
439 Contents, see Section 2.4). The repeated and systematic Extraction or
440 Re-utilisation of insubstantial parts of the Contents may however amount
441 to the Extraction or Re-utilisation of a Substantial part of the
442 Contents.
443
444 ### 7.0 Warranties and Disclaimer
445
446 7.1 The Database is licensed by the Licensor "as is" and without any
447 warranty of any kind, either express, implied, or arising by statute,
448 custom, course of dealing, or trade usage. Licensor specifically
449 disclaims any and all implied warranties or conditions of title,
450 non-infringement, accuracy or completeness, the presence or absence of
451 errors, fitness for a particular purpose, merchantability, or otherwise.
452 Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties, so
453 this exclusion may not apply to You.
454
455 ### 8.0 Limitation of liability
456
457 8.1 Subject to any liability that may not be excluded or limited by law,
458 the Licensor is not liable for, and expressly excludes, all liability
459 for loss or damage however and whenever caused to anyone by any use
460 under this License, whether by You or by anyone else, and whether caused
461 by any fault on the part of the Licensor or not. This exclusion of
462 liability includes, but is not limited to, any special, incidental,
463 consequential, punitive, or exemplary damages such as loss of revenue,
464 data, anticipated profits, and lost business. This exclusion applies
465 even if the Licensor has been advised of the possibility of such
466 damages.
467
468 8.2 If liability may not be excluded by law, it is limited to actual and
469 direct financial loss to the extent it is caused by proved negligence on
470 the part of the Licensor.
471
472 ### 9.0 Termination of Your rights under this License
473
474 9.1 Any breach by You of the terms and conditions of this License
475 automatically terminates this License with immediate effect and without
476 notice to You. For the avoidance of doubt, Persons who have received the
477 Database, the whole or a Substantial part of the Contents, Derivative
478 Databases, or the Database as part of a Collective Database from You
479 under this License will not have their licenses terminated provided
480 their use is in full compliance with this License or a license granted
481 under Section 4.8 of this License. Sections 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will
482 survive any termination of this License.
483
484 9.2 If You are not in breach of the terms of this License, the Licensor
485 will not terminate Your rights under it.
486
487 9.3 Unless terminated under Section 9.1, this License is granted to You
488 for the duration of applicable rights in the Database.
489
490 9.4 Reinstatement of rights. If you cease any breach of the terms and
491 conditions of this License, then your full rights under this License
492 will be reinstated:
493
494 a. Provisionally and subject to permanent termination until the 60th
495 day after cessation of breach;
496
497 b. Permanently on the 60th day after cessation of breach unless
498 otherwise reasonably notified by the Licensor; or
499
500 c. Permanently if reasonably notified by the Licensor of the
501 violation, this is the first time You have received notice of
502 violation of this License from the Licensor, and You cure the
503 violation prior to 30 days after your receipt of the notice.
504
505 Persons subject to permanent termination of rights are not eligible to
506 be a recipient and receive a license under Section 4.8.
507
508 9.5 Notwithstanding the above, Licensor reserves the right to release
509 the Database under different license terms or to stop distributing or
510 making available the Database. Releasing the Database under different
511 license terms or stopping the distribution of the Database will not
512 withdraw this License (or any other license that has been, or is
513 required to be, granted under the terms of this License), and this
514 License will continue in full force and effect unless terminated as
515 stated above.
516
517 ### 10.0 General
518
519 10.1 If any provision of this License is held to be invalid or
520 unenforceable, that must not affect the validity or enforceability of
521 the remainder of the terms and conditions of this License and each
522 remaining provision of this License shall be valid and enforced to the
523 fullest extent permitted by law.
524
525 10.2 This License is the entire agreement between the parties with
526 respect to the rights granted here over the Database. It replaces any
527 earlier understandings, agreements or representations with respect to
528 the Database.
529
530 10.3 If You are in breach of the terms of this License, You will not be
531 entitled to rely on the terms of this License or to complain of any
532 breach by the Licensor.
533
534 10.4 Choice of law. This License takes effect in and will be governed by
535 the laws of the relevant jurisdiction in which the License terms are
536 sought to be enforced. If the standard suite of rights granted under
537 applicable copyright law and Database Rights in the relevant
538 jurisdiction includes additional rights not granted under this License,
539 these additional rights are granted in this License in order to meet the
540 terms of this License.

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