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Legal and Social Frameworks for Sharing Data

ISOC Lebanon:  Legal and Social Frameworks for Sharing Data

Gabriel Deek – Salam Yamout

 [April 16, 2014 – 11:00 AM – Beirut Bar Association]

The Open Data and Linked Data “Semantic Web” movement is gathering momentum with ever larger volumes of new data being made available and in parallel there is a growing need to find ways to make better use of this information. To date the emphasis has rightly been on communicating key technology principles, but sustainable use of Semantic Web resources, particularly within a commercial context, requires that a broader range of issues are addressed. For example, what legal issues relate to the collection and re-publication of data from existing resources, and how do these vary internationally? Can incorrectly applied rights statements hamper re-use of data? How should community norms, like attribution, be fostered within a global community of data re-users? ISOC Lebanon presentation will introduce the Open Data and Linked Data concepts and attempt to expose the social and legal aspects. The objective is to provide the participants with an understanding of the broader range of issues relevant to global Open Data and Linked Data publishing, and instigate further discussions and brainstorming sessions around the subject leading to recommendations and a position paper guiding the establishment of an adequate legal framework in Lebanon to facilitate the creation of public data commons.

 

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برعاية نقيب المحامين في بيروت
الأستاذ جورج جريج
 
يتشــــــــــرّف


مجتمع الإنترنت في لبنان
(Internet Society) بشخص رئيسها الأستاذ نبيل بو خالد
ولجنة المعلوماتية والتكنولوجيا الحديثة في نقابة المحامين بشخص رئيسها المحامي د. شربل القارح
 
بدعوتكم لحضور ندوة حول
المعلومات المفتوحة للعموم

Open Data
 
المحاضرون:

الأستاذ غابي الديك - الأستاذة سلام يموت



الزمان: نهار الأربعاء 16 نيسان 2014، الساعة 2:00 بعد الظهر
المكان: بيت المحامي – قاعة الإحتفالات -  بيروت.

 

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