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Law 37/2007 on the Reuse of the Public Sector Information.
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MODES OF REUSE OF INFORMATION AT FGC
In accordance to Art. 17.1 of Law 19/2014, of December 29th, on Transparency, Access to Public information, the reuse of information is free, with no restrictions, except in those cases in which, in accordance to regulations, the information is subject to getting a recognition license for the protection of other rights or legal assets, or at the request of the interested party.
The Law 37/2007, of November 16th, on the Reuse of Public Sector Information, that transposes the Directive 2003/98/CE of the European Parliament and Council, and is amended by Law 18/2015, of July 9th (which in turn transposes Directive 2013/37/UE), regulates the reuse of public information available for the administrations and organisations in which they have a majority ownership. In other words, the right of all potential market agents to reuse the information of the public organisations. According to this regulation, Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya authorises the free reproduction, distribution and public communication of the work, and, furthermore, its transformation into derivative works, for everyone and without time restrictions, in accordance to the terms established by Creative Commons CC0 Legal Instrument, and provided that it does not contradict any license or notice that a work may have, the provisions of which will prevail.
In order to reuse the information, the following conditions must be followed:
- The meaning of the information may not be distorted
- The source of the information must always be cited
- The date of the latest information update must always be stated
The source of the information must be always cited:
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Check the addresses of the Generalitat departments and their autonomous organisations.
- Law 18/2015, of 9 July, on the Reuse of the Public Sector Information modifies Law 37/2007, of 16 November.
- Directive 2003/98/CE of the European Parliament and Council
- Directive 2013/37/UE of the European Parliament and Council
- CC0 of Creative Commons
- Generalitat Departments and their autonomous organisations
OTHER FORMS OF REUSE
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