Cultural Heritage: Europeana Releases New and Updated Rights Statements
From a Europeana Pro Blog Post:
,,,New and updated rights statements are now live and available to use.
Our collection of available rights statements now totals fourteen, each with their own features. This includes the existing suite of 8 Creative Commons Licences and tools, including the Public Domain Mark.
In addition, ‘Rights Reserved – Paid Access’ is no longer supported. All objects using these statements are, with the data providers’ agreement, now labelled with ‘In Copyright’.
We have changed the names of 4 rights statements:
- In Copyright (was ‘Rights Reserved – Free Access’)
- In Copyright – EU Orphan Work (was ‘Orphan Work’)
- No Copyright – Non Commercial Use Only (was ‘Out of Copyright – non commercial reuse’)
- Copyright Not Evaluated (was ‘Unknown’)
We have introduced 2 new rights statements:
- No Copyright – Other Known Legal Restrictions
- In Copyright – Educational Use Permitted
Learn More, Read the Complete Blog Post
Direct to Europeana Rights Info (Definitions, Links to Past Versions, etc.)
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