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CETAF expresses its support for European Directories of Species Names.

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    Anonymous
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    No. 48
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    Support for European Directories of Species Names.
    Projects and Networks > CETAF; Copyright and IPR questions
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    CETAF
    CETAF
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    CETAF member institutions
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    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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Catalogue of Life

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    Anonymous
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    No. 47
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    Terms of use of the Catalogue of life.
    Copyright and IPR questions
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    Catalogue of Life
    Catalogue of Life
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    Catalogue of Life partners
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    03-Jul-05
    English
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    Indirect
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    Website
    21-Apr-12
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Checklist for a Consortium Agreement for ICT PSP projects

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    Anonymous
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    No. 218
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    "This checklist is aimed at assisting beneficiaries in projects funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme to identify issues that may arise during the project and which may be facilitated or governed by means of a Consortium Agreement. It is provided for information purposes only and its contents are not intended to replace consultation of any applicable legal sources or the necessary advice of a legal expert, where appropriate. Neither the Commission nor any person acting on its behalf can be held responsible for the use made of this checklist." [Taken from the document.]
    Projects and Networks > ICT Policy Support Programme
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    ICT PSP Consortium
    ICT-PSP
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    European Commission
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    28-Feb-08
    English
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    v1.0
    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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Commission recommendation on the management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities and Code of Practice for universities and other public research organisations

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    Anonymous
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    No. 103
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    "management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities and Code of Practice for universities and other public research organisations." [Taken from the document.]
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    Commission of the european communities
    European Communities
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    EU
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    10.4.2008
    English
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    n/a
    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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Copyright and authorsʼ rights: A Briefing Paper

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    Kevin L. Smith, J.D. & David R. Hansen, J.D.
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    No. 230
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    "Authors hold the copyright in their work automa6cally from the moment their original expression is xed in tangible form. Copyright is a valuable asset, providing exclusive control over the copying, distribution, performance and display of a work as well as over derivative works. As such it calls for careful management. When publishing a work, the author will sign an agreement with the publisher; that agreement will de ne which rights the author will continue to hold and which rights are transferred to the publisher." [Taken from the document.]
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    Duke
University
    OASIS
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    Seed funding: Open Society Institute of the Soros Foundation
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    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    30-May-12
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Creative Commons global network

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    Anonymous
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    No. 221
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    The idea of universal access to research, education, and culture is made possible by the Internet, but our legal and social systems don’t always allow that idea to be realized. Copyright was created long before the emergence of the Internet, and can make it hard to legally perform actions we take for granted on the network: copy, paste, edit source, and post to the Web. The default setting of copyright law requires all of these actions to have explicit permission, granted in advance, whether you’re an artist, teacher, scientist, librarian, policymaker, or just a regular user. To achieve the vision of universal access, someone needed to provide a free, public, and standardized infrastructure that creates a balance between the reality of the Internet and the reality of copyright laws. That someone is Creative Commons.
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    Creative commons
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    Unknown
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    English
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    Indirect
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    website
    21-Apr-12
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Dispatching system to answer questions timely operational

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    James Davy; Boris Jacob; Pere Roca Ristol; Anne-Sophie Archambeau; Janno Jogeva; Larissa Smirnova; Patricia Mergen
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    No. 253
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    "This document (D10-D7.1.3 Dispatching system to answer questions timely operational) describes technical and management aspects of the OpenUp! Helpdesk dispatching system. Providers and users can get support from the helpdesk by creating a support ticket and asking a question or stating an issue, which will be dispatched to the identified OpenUp! key staff with the expertise to answer or address it." [Taken from the document.]
    Projects and Networks > OpenUp!
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    NBGB; MRAC; MNHN; UT-NHM
    OpenUp!
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    Co-funded by the European Commission
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    18-Apr-12
    English
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    3a [Final]
    Indirect
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    PDF
    29-May-12
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GBIF Acuerdo de Intercambio de Datos

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    Anonymous
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    No. 208
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    Agreement between GIBF and the content provider.
    Copyright and IPR questions; Projects and Networks > GBIF
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    GBIF spain
    GBIF spain
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    Spanish High Council of Research (CSIC)
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    English; Spanish
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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GBIF Acuerdo de uso de los datos

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    Anonymous
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    No. 209
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    "GBIF makes available data that are shared by hundreds of data publishers from around the world. These data are shared according to the GBIF Data Use Agreement, which includes the provision that users of any data accessed through or retrieved via the GBIF Data Portal will always give credit to the original data publishers." [Taken from the document]
    Copyright and IPR questions; Projects and Networks > GBIF
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    GBIF spain
    GBIF spain
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    Spanish High Council of Research (CSIC)
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    English; Spanish
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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GBIF Strategic and Operational Plans 2007-2011: From Prototype towards Full Operation

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    Anonymous
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    No. 187
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    "The major purpose of the GBIF Strategic and Operational Plans for 2007 - 2011 is to provide a roadmap that would enable GBIF to move toward full operational status by 2011. This document lays out the ambitions of the GBIF community. This document is intended to: - direct the work of GBIF (Secretariat, Participants and Nodes) and - be a communication document to the broader scientific and user community interested in the future directions of GBIF for this period of five years." [Taken from the document].
    Projects and Networks > GBIF
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    GBIF
    GBIF
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    GBIF’s Voting Participants
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    28-Jun-05
    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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