Copyright claims & Data corrections
In the case that you locate a wrongly stated right please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or open a helpdesk ticket.
If you are a new partner and have question about how to apply the right statement in your metadata contact Byzart via email@example.com or open a helpdesk ticket after having consulted the https://pro.europeana.eu/files/Europeana_Professional/IPR/archivedrightsstatementspages-2.pdf and https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/
Available rights statements
Rights statements express the copyright status of a Digital Object, as well as information about the access and re-use of presented objects. Europeana supports 14 rights statements.
The list of the 14 available rights statements for Europeana is as follows.
- The Public Domain Mark (PDM)The Public Domain Mark (PDM) is applied to Digital Objects which are no longer protected by copyright. Objects that are labelled as being in the public domain can be used by anyone without any restrictions. The Europeana Public Domain Charter asserts that all content that is in the public domain must be labelled accordingly by applying the PDM.
- No Copyright – non commercial re-use only (NoC-NC)The NoC-NC statement is applied to public domain Digital Objects which have been digitised as an outcome of a public-private partnership, where the terms of the contractual agreement limit commercial use for a certain period of time.This rights statement may only be used for digital representations of objects where such contractual agreements exist. In addition, data providers should, where publicly available, publish the first calendar year in which the Digital Object can be used by third parties without restrictions on commercial use, as noted in the contractual agreement.
- No Copyright – Other Known Legal Restriction (NoC-OKLR)The NoC-OKLR statement is for use with public domain Digital Objects that are subject to known legal restrictions other than copyright which prevent their free re-use.This rights statement may only be used where legal restrictions in the country of origin of the data provider apply. In addition, data providers must provide a link to a page detailing the legal restrictions that limit re-use of the object.
- The Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication (CC0)CC0 is used to waive all the rights in a Digital Object. By applying this waiver, all possible existing rights in the content are waived, and the objects can be used by anyone without any restrictions.
- Creative Commons – Attribution (BY)The CC BY licence lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the licensed work, even commercially, as long as they attribute the rights holder as described in the licence. CC BY is recommended to enable access, discovery and use of licensed works.
- Creative Commons – Attribution, ShareAlike (BY-SA)The CC BY-SA licence lets others remix, tweak and build upon the licensed work, even for commercial purposes, as long as they attribute the rights holder as described in the licence, and license their adaptions of the work under the same terms. All new works based on the original licensed work will carry the same licence, so any derivatives will also allow commercial use.
- Creative Commons – Attribution, No Derivatives (BY-ND)The CC BY-ND licence allows for redistribution, including commercial and non-commercial use of the work as long as no alteration is made to the work and the rights holder is attributed according to the specifications of the licence.
- Creative Commons – Attribution, Non-Commercial (BY-NC)The CC BY-NC licence lets others remix, tweak, and build upon the licensed work for non-commercial use. Any new works created and based on your work must be attributed to the rights holder as specified in the licence, and may be available for non-commercial use only.
- Creative Commons – Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike (BY-NC-SA)The CC BY-NC-SA licence lets others remix, tweak, and build upon the licensed work for non-commercial use as long as they attribute the rights holder of the work under the terms specified in the licence, and license new creations under identical terms.
- Creative Commons – Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives (BY-NC-ND)The CC BY-NC-ND licence is the most restrictive of the six Creative Commons licences, only allowing others to download the licensed works and share them with others as long as they attribute the rights holder as specified in the licence, but users cannot change the work in any way or use them commercially.
- In Copyright (InC)The InC statement is for use with in copyright Digital Objects which are freely available online and where re-use requires additional permission from the rights holder(s).This rights statement should be used for objects where any re-use is subject to additional permission from the rights holder(s), or you do want or you are not authorised to allow re-use of the Digital Object.
- In Copyright – Educational Use Permitted (InC-EDU)The InC-EDU statement is for use with in copyright Digital Objects which are freely available online and where the rights holder(s) have allowed re-use for educational purposes only.This rights statement should be used where the rights holder has authorised the use of the object for educational purposes.
- In Copyright – EU Orphan Work (InC-EU-OW)The InC-EU-OW statement is for use with Digital Objects that have been identified as an Orphan Work in the country of first publication and in line with the requirements of the national law implementing Directive 2012/28/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on certain permitted uses of orphan works.Can only be used for works for which a diligent search has been undertaken and if it has been registered with the National competent authority.
- Copyright Not Evaluated (CNE)The CNE statement is for use with Digital Objects where the copyright status has not been evaluated.
Source: https://pro.europeana.eu/page/available-rights-statements(last visited 28.02.2019)