FW: Re-use of maps on the EEA Website
De : "Ove Caspersen" <Ove.Caspersen@eea.eu.int>
À : Korrigan
CC : "Webmaster" <Webmaster@eea.eu.int>, "Information Centre" <IC.Enquiries@eea.eu.int>
Date : 21/11/2005 08:44:57
Thank you for your inquiry concerning copyrights. The documents
available from our website that are covered by copyright will be
clearly marked with a copyrights sign, name of the agency and year.
See for instance page four in this recently published report
Documents not covered by copyrights will not be marked in this way.
See for instance press releases
The note on the bottom of each html page on our website is merely a
copyrights notice link to the explanatory text.
Project Manager - marketing, co-publishing,
dissemination and public information
European Environment Agency
Kongens Nytorv 6, DK-1050 Copenhagen K, Denmark
Phone: +4533367100, fax +4533367199
Please consider the environment before deciding to print this email
From: Korrigan [email]
Sent: 20 November 2005 17:58
Subject: Re-use of maps on the EEA Website
Dear Sir / madam,
While browsing through your website, I came accross the copyright
notice which says : "Unless otherwise indicated, the information
available from this site is within the public domain."
However, there is a copyright label at the bottom of each page.
Does this label means the material in those pages is not in the
public domain ? Or is there usually a supplementary indication
for copyrighted materials ?
Thank you for any answer,