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Anne Fitzgerald

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Building the infrastructure for data access and reuse in collaborative research: an analysis of the legal context

This report aims to provide practical guidance for individual researchers, research institutions and funding bodies in developing and implementing legal frameworks for the management of data generated in research projects.
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Implementing open licensing in government open data initiatives: a review of Australian government practice

This paper finds that Australian Government agencies are embracing open access and a proactive disclosure culture, and that open licensing under Creative Commons licences is increasingly prevalent, but that shortcomings need to be addressed. Abstract As support grows for greater access to information and data...
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CC & Government Guide Using Creative Commons 3.0 Australia Licences on Government Copyright Materials

This Guide deals with the licensing of government copyright materials for distribution and reuse under Creative Commons (CC) 3.0 Australia licences. The Guide has been developed for government agencies that make their copyright materials available for access, use and reuse. It provides practical guidance for...
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Legal aspects of Web 2.0 activities: management of legal risk associated with use of YouTube, MySpace and Second Life

As Web 2.0 technologies proliferate, an increasing number of Australians, especially young Australians, are relying primarily on information and communication technologies to engage and interact with each other and the world. If governments are to have meaningful interaction with young people, it is therefore important...
Report

Building the infrastructure for data access and reuse in collaborative research: an analysis of the legal context

This report examines the legal framework within which research data is generated, managed, disseminated and used.