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Opening up International Organisations: Open Access at ESA, WIPO

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too quickly introduce the Sun case you of heard of the organization said is an international organization um of 22 Member States and it exists since more than 50 years but uh and uh this of course also associated member states such as Canada which is funny anything because I'm in Canada the close to the US would consider they could be part maybe of mass over so but there actually a member of of the sub i and the Sun has a budget of 5 . 2 billion EUR per year approximately and so that there is a bit and so far it is implemented over 80
emissions he you see like a brief overview of for the set of locations i.e. work exactly here at Headquarters and in Paris up this is my
office door and this is it
when it's opened so it's nothing more than just nothing less than a messy office in in
Paris well I do this job which is called cross-media coordination and I take care also of the implementation of open access
and that's the stuff but pretty old building in in in Paris so last week ahead at and was a very rainy week and it was dropping from and so my feeling is ceiling actually habits the fancy things that you can see the Eiffel Tower and there's much
more of a fancy establishments so that so this is a Aztec actually you this is the research and technology establishment as recorded at the certain knowledge like in in in holland I
and that was it already with regards to the to eastern because now we 1st have to talk about why put what what is so I I believe well I'm a you're here because you have probably even you are more knowledgeable and as me but nevertheless I hope where there's some insights they can share with you with with what we do and what I G O's and so in terms of access but all of the World Intellectual Property
Organization is a UN organization and this actually and it's a press release from 2013 and it was kind of the starting point for some the movement and among you always which has clearly build up some of my to my to my assumption quite some momentum currently the press release says that's a new online licensing system which actually is um especially and edition half the Creative Commons license BIG all of the licensing scheme that it has been launched in December 2000 13 at the time I myself I was still working at the allow which is that in space agency but I have already had the assignment and to be some and I was contacting my my future boss and I told him look I'm I'm I'm looking forward to tool to implement this as the sign you says yeah we'll we'll go for it and so we did it as you will see a bit later on and we have to focus 1st on light will be because Michael hadn't had a crucial role and with regards to these licenses and you can see what why has to
offer or arm which is
quite a lot of constants and ends its um we have basically as they uh they call it of Global Services for protecting the intellectual property but also of for sharing
of costs I share with you now and I just forgot to say that originally this on the session was was planned to have 3 colleagues of mine the
social-emotional from some from michael Bolivia blankly me from a certain and also a John Cummings who works as Wikipedian in Residence some that's UNESCO in Paris across the street from where I work and unfortunately they all 3 of them cannot be with us tonight but I have their slides as you can see so we go here for some slides which uh shall of the phone is has a shared with me and some of which are that says is that UN agencies and other
and ideals are of quite unusual content creators uh they have pretty unique content by their mandates and in the Convention and they have a unique legal status in in the sentence and that's why we rely on our legal schemes a lot of what is called mediation and arbitration and these are tools and aspects actually employed nervous because and this is here and he's a senior lecturer in IPR he has a role or or had a role with Austin has a
role with Creative Commons of that as well and I'm not at all of all young nor an IPR specialist but somebody who has a lot of time working experience with these licenses as used mean using them as as many as those signs communicate and sold anyway them what I can tell you from my laypersons knowledge is that with uh the standard Creative Commons licenses and the the mediation process on mediation and arbitration we're missing and these have been been included in the IGO version of the Creative Commons and licenses and what why put its you can read it here a WIPO and facilitated the negotiations between our was many of them
actually well I think we have but I believe more than a dozen if not up to 20 members of that I G 0 Working Group on on open Access and the process ran from 2010 to 2 thousand 13 so so way before I joined and ease of and so with the results and that's uh with the result of this working group that he be the last ensued of this CC freedom you write your licenses was published in late 2013 together with with Creative Commons and 10 major ideal publishers meanwhile I believe even even more on including the World Bank a UN workers as they nization as well uh WHO use them for implementing their own open access policies and Weibull continues to support so just recently so of an interest in Bolivia was that cannot be here our tonight's joint uh the ideal and hopefully there's there's more
to follow this is what the outcome of it's the hazard is the year the CC BY SA the 3 . 0 IGO that we use that it in the sun and in its so late as beautiful or
online and design you can see here I think I know is very readable about what you can you can see that white could themselves uh as as a role model be fully implement this for all the most for the majority of their publications and their websites and you see
here like uh actually the this is the slide I wanted to show on earlier and they show what information they they share so that is from web sites text to open access publications in
in the classic sense and
some we know move to certain and whether this actually I found while researching some some images from so on and so forth but I really I I I wonder tonight I stumbled a bit because it looks a bit like this year
which is the source of control center so actually this is the LHC control
room the and from the similarity quite
funny so I had to have it in my my presentation
this is part of the the LHC
actually I'm here some information which my colleague Valeria from the IGO Working Group contributed some and which he states is that open access has was always the importance of for particle physics that certain engaged in what is called green open access onto 2 thousand 10 and even in already in 2009 the very 1st LHC scientific paper and was put under open and taxes and that's our meanwhile all on LHC see results are published as as gold open access and that is
actually of is that because the value here is not here that I sort of movement gets probably unless the reading of the slides in a moment about some importance of for certain is uh that's uh that's called free and is mentioned which is an initiative that makes scientific articles by other regular so that means the established journals freely available to to everyone because it's properties and actually both right to want to do my people talk not longer than from a grammar than 30 40 minutes so that we have a quite some time left for for discussions by the way if you want to ask questions in between 1 have marks
you feel free to interrupt me at any time and so this is with regard to the scope 3 initiative by by certain so initiative for certain initiative to make even more of content available on the open axes and there's also open access to 2 monographs by a certain a set of them almost everything in the area of of of particle physics I and
some bullets on this and publishing policy in a which is since 2014 404 pulled away as and as mentioned earlier but the bullets number 3 which you can read here conferences remain a difficult problem to so is quite valid for all the other modules so as as well because some for example certain or for example ESA contribute something to the uh the uhm uh the proceedings of the of International at as from to Congress 1 of the largest scientific-technical congresses on a space which takes place every year usually they are being put and all rights reserved but there's a wealth of knowledge and while we I myself and I have some offered to talk for for this year's conference and when I
uploaded so the abstract and then I mean I automatically had to agree to all rights reserve so what I'm trying to say is that major conference partners of the organizations I think we still have to convince them I'm but here thing in the again was the head of the CERN library of their experience in an open access of so far are a better
use of resources of course reuse you will actually read a similar subset slide when I come to what he saw and did so far in terms of open access that certain prefers full away and so favors food away from the economy in order to have a story with regards to the bridge and some that there is a large potential beyond just and you will I would show you a bit more about this later so now the part from my colleague John Cummings Wikipedia Wikipedian in Residence as UNESCO as said they're practically
across the street from from where I work
I and actually by Jones contributions to the IGO Working Group on Open X is we all we learned quite a lot 1st let me introduce UNESCO I guess most of you are familiar with UNESCO but what you would know UNESCO most is I mean when there and that's that's a and B in Germany for moment is is when there are kind of discussions and with regard to the bridge and Masanori of the Cologne because cathedral uh really remain a UNESCO World Heritage because a skyscraper is building close it's stuff like that but in fact they are the UN scientific organization and they also take care of education you can again very read is rooted in this screenshot I did here so the argument goes all about education science culture and also communication very important and what Dr. John dust in his in his job as an UNESCO is he takes care of adding UNESCO text to yet because I mean UNESCO is actually 1 of the role models among international organizations with regards to to open axes so many of the text so many of the multimedia but also some classic publishing items they are under open access for a long time and UNESCO from me was also an important role model to convince on not
just use top management but also the level below to go for open access so what just what John continuously does as a as a day job is adding UNESCO texts on uh to the key the from the publications but he states that there is a huge potential for
this and you can see here like 1 of you know publication and how it's being transferred to to the key the uh the fact being that this is is is very well credible scientifically accurate a content which is being made available under under open access can actually go directly into the keepyour and with the I mean the the competing in residence at the organization and in close relation with the organization of course also has the credibility in the community to at this text to to the to the key pedia I'm another publication and so as said the the website of UNESCO is fully under open access as well this by the way this Germany and then there's another German based IGO and uh which is the European Southern Observatory they do pretty much the same uh we for example that you send the space we haven't I make this step uh yet again some more examples on how texts sorry I'm a bit fast of a you can see here and text from the global open access selecting school and you can see how again it's flows into into the unesco has a lot of media to share actually more than we yet at ESA currently have an open access that is 100 k images and 1 1 thousandth of what thousands of hours of video and audio graphics uh etc cetera the UNESCO media bankers could actually photo bank and it is sort of build on the the same open source software is being built to better share this this content so what I'm trying to say here is it's not just being done that you upload your stuff to your standard digital asset management systems or to your website back and it's also very important that you make the content accessible and so in terms of of open interfaces and and you can see here that actually if you are a nite you always hear another research organization or whatever the organization that wants to share cont'd that I'm UNESCO actually
makes this software available on the top Our soon means I mean these are some of the slides actually you know I have the status as of like 1 2 months ago we could already be be there if you need to links or any and further information and you can contact me after the talk 1 use examples of of photos that
that units shares in the UNESCO of media bank as based on on on a softer which of which is I'm not wrong is called bank and and we're not talking about data and there's an interface to the other side you was around as as well what John rights is that he is currently working on processes to upload data from from municipal to the key data on which is the sum of the the the key media sites that holds the data it looks
like this so I I guess I believe many of you will know it and some of the important effect uh being that to reuse data from the key kipedia and and that's why uh uh this is why this is because I who understands the structure of the data and to keepyour and actually can answer questions if you can and read uh um the question here is that it is a whole because
Yellowstone National Park and although actually answers this by what is stored on on gap promoting open axes you know we all binding all of you being active on 2 PDM and you know that there is the the campaigns listed here we can various Wiki Loves Loves Monuments Wiki Loves every and they look at
I like this from where they invite you to share as menu photos with regard to the respective topics of the campaign and as possible and that largely contributes to to with a continuously growing wonderful of assets you that you can find in the comedia comments the media repository attached to Wikipedia and run by the decay Media Foundation as well this side is very important because it is it provides very good guidelines on how open-access images you find mostly licensed under CC BY SA or CC-BY on decay media can be reused we at the sub began recently and and interact with the community I am going to make sure that our materials uploaded there as well so what I am I explain to you want and always with regards to just but 3 and now I mean I'm commentary say in a moment uh 0 4 of the organization's being active in the in the can your working group but of course
there's there's many more of Charlotte dimensions 10 some major contributors so far and the number is growing and that is
something we started very recently it was you can see that the
Wikinews secession press releases from 20th of February 2007 team so very recently I am I was only successful at start by embedding it in of all he said Digital Agenda uh which is sort of
the umbrella under which many initiatives of from the uh making use of more accessible and more digital the agency run and you can read here a
few of the statements why we didn't have our director general of the states and actually but that was kind of an eye-opener for me as well as his that's the states that open access initiative logically follows the free and open data policies we already have established and and the thing is um that that's I mean his statement sort of it it for me opened around pretty much of the world on its own within ESA because it made me discover that's um I mean mostly after proprietary period I mean what would you have understand have to know with regards to to use that is and the sun is actually the 2 of you can say it's it's the the bus so that uh that takes scientists on board and brings emissions for example it was that the comet chasing mission that brings them to to the comment and then it's it's it's it's European and if not worldwide and scientific institutions that hop on this sparse and they conduct science so what they what they have and is the rights to use the data 1st in the so called proprietary period which can which will be 6 or or 12 months at times some data on and you will see examples of this later is directly puts and open access under different policies about if we talk about planetary uh um missions for example they usually of and or deep space missions they usually would have a proprietary period of 6 to 12 months but after this and this is what the environment the Director-General of DG says here it is fully free and open that is coming practically nothing that there's not even a license or anything that needs to be done in is some what we call an acknowledgment scientific knowledge me so you have to acknowledge the principal investigator which is the chief scientist of an instrument on a mission I'll show you a lot and fancy picks coming up soon worry so I'm sure you a lot of examples later uh but this is actually quite essential so it opened sort of the wealth of data we have that can be reused by everybody of course you need to have some knowledge on how to process the the data in order to get your of synthetic results or your remixes all your creative projects is a tracer tramp and but I mean you can you can use it in the most the freeway you can imagine there is not even a license that is that is put on on
top of my colleagues winter of course for him it's very important that there is a recognition of the value of of information we we have so I mean actually and then very frankly speaking we want to escape as an as an ideal from the image of that we like we do things in the ivory tower and and we we do not share it's it's more important than ever these days to share the data are more the underlying later
and from me on you can see my the the quote I might contributed by to that treaties that that I truly believe and that all this will contribute to an overall sense a societal better than if it it in what I would call more scientific literacy and the and I
to tell you a bit about the the story and we work with the receptor emission my hope that that of most of you were with you know about that comet chasing mission which was largely covered of idea of the media and very appreciated by the by the public some is that we're not actually mean what happened is that we really but we had a lot of pressure in in the sense that there was a huge public demand for for for more imagery from from the comments and from the 1st attempt to land on on that comets and you can see an article with the
BBC picked it up and the headline is receptor with from science images we think so actually we were very much blamed for not releasing a enough content to to the public I am and measure was taken at at the time that it's a blog post written by my colleague market Cochrane than an
enemy and we found and that actually about what I wanted to show it with you so that we could not really is more of that each shop iris image on the mission was with regard to the fact that there was a very very difficult IPR situation so way the IPR didn't fully belong to the sample so we had to find a solution the solution was a navigation command to ensure that come which was found on the mission which had by far not totally wrong like a 5 to 6 megapixel resolution which is pretty high if you take into account that the spacecraft was launched in into thousands of 4 and ends up and we are in 1 goal we released all the images of that camera and there already pretty good and you release them under an open access compatible license which was the CC BY as a
field theory the thing is we went market new mapping the senior advisor for for for signs of the organization and the army a couple of levels below really are so guys doing digital communications in the communication department we went completely disruptive be bypassed everybody at the time including the legal department we just did it and and with the that that even like
animations are mostly free to reuse will talk about the head by the the as a modulator I could be freely
shared and we could make at least up to 1 of these images per day not per week available so they were processed I mean being the any of dimension of the data transfer from like millions of kilometers away through space is relatively slow but we managed to make these images available as the comets approach approach the sun and you can see these birds that they're they're getting more and more intense so I mean that was truly fascinating just fast but also for more general public and we would have missed a call a unique chance not just to promote of space science but also a means for sharing knowledge and
insights and a very nice side effect of these licenses is as you know that you legalize remixes like like this 1 so we said at the time of our people contributed beautiful remixes with which I mean personally I I love left them and I I I
believe many people to there's a whole of archive of I believe like maybe around a thousand images under this status of sorry for any of for messing up this anyway coming to earth
observation and right now and actually the open-access policy on them the most accurate hirers up-to-date state of the art of earth observation data is not I frankly admit this is not in ESA a policy it's a policy by the European Union for the European Union we as see implements and uh the the so-called space segment of the Copernicus of program and the space segment consists of a fleet relatively large fleet of satellites and so on these satellites actually I mean they they function so well that that we want our let's say or ground segment managers at the so they have I mean almost they they run into storage capacity problems so it's it it works exceptionally well the open access of policy and you can
see again much too tiny and a complete free and of self very often of obviously you can just you can go on this portal there are some IUCN it's
quite some usability issues it is difficult to understand I know a couple of of colleagues had trouble in in in in really I mean managing to technical yet and X is the data what I've personally find interesting because that's not being an IPR specialist but somebody who works with licensing and terms of use uh quite a bit is that that the license the European Union over the commission they set up this pretty much similar to a Creative Commons license is just not it's not called Creative Commons anyway and this is 1 of
the satellites and these are the
the orchid this is an example of the value
added products we generate this is a simple
animated GIF it shows of time
really devastating wildfires in
uh on the the Portuguese island
of Madeira in 2016 actually the
light is a bit too strong so you you
can appreciate but what what that the most
remarkable thank you so much but the most remarkable
aspect is that it can shows because
of its its multiple passes the satellite
in this case an optical and imaging
satellites and it can show changes
over time but the same
applies to hear it everywhere in the sense that the nature just right now here you can
see the building of the the Bosporus image imagine what that means for and
yeah the the world's heritage that that
these satellites can actually actually document the I mean that the major changes on earth so surface over time all that being digitally sort this I mean this has been done by experts that that that's obvious you see the license and by the way
there was something I mean we we didn't do too well in the sense that this is free and
open data and when we published and
managed to put these other images under set license only a couple of days ago actually last week and so what we did is more or less unintentionally we put them under all rights reserved but but remember they come from free and open data as so we corrected
this this is this is really important if you are an expert or if you just dig dig deeply into that you can do it yourself you can generate a marvelous value added products what would with this is the satellite data what's the purpose behind and by the EU the of course it is I I mean it can be used by by by the individual for whatever purpose for some for educational purposes but of course it wants to boost the small medium or even enterprise economy uh sector it wants to be used start ups meanwhile quite some of them have been founded to work with this data into 2 to generate and value-added product which they can this is I mean we that the
sum we fall for I mean both for scientific but also for for PR purposes we we we put them on the bias 8 but if you are a start up and you you put even when you process the data you put even more value to its power we generate a value-added services are then you can put them under a more restrictive license and and and sell them or what I would recommend keep them under a free
license sell them anyway and actually this is for you to to work with another example a still image actually I don't remember what region this is this almost looks like art and somebody from the arts sector actually those of you who know
me you you you know that but you've often seen it's um but this slide because they use it frequently um it just facilitates remixes and what that says that it's German and it's as a good morning at the beginning of the week is beautiful image you have an idea what what what you can see here and
then the words of like a number of tweets of replies and somebody by the name of respect so traditional stone jacket he just replied that's all wrong this is a flamingo flying over a statistic was hours and he did that beautiful remix actually uh at a like that so much mean actions that at the time it wasn't wasn't even open access for
creative commons but I just I love this idea of mixing of content we're
putting on the photo sees you rigid testing facility at at at take similar to
what the units could so we we we focus on I mean and actually we don't focus we try to put it so much content from the different uh media categories but under under open annexes and here's the reuse of the CAI lender from the research mission
that is used in what I would call that the Minecraft of of space educational software code that covers space program wonderful if you
have youngsters if you have kids and field of space this is probably something you should look into some of their use it
and I mentioned earlier you can see here the planetary science archive so
whatever you're looking for with its images uh from also or if it's so spectrometry data from from Mars or magnetosphere data from whatever planet from whatever mission you all find it here this is actually the portal just recently being revamped on the
where you find that free and open data after the proprietary period has ended and more and more of this is even sometimes it depends very much on the
PI and industry which has contributed to the instruments to the mission so instrument of emission being like a scientific instrument being built on an orbital or landing on land or whatever spacecraft this is what it means and so the 2nd screen shot is from sort of our legacy and the Earth observation missions soul and decides which
still have I mean a wealth of data uh from farming periods and so that 2 thousands 13 which according and here E cell sort of following the you would put that
under a new policy which enables open access as well you see actually mean
data for these images sorry I've topic 1 if you i mean want to process you or not images in you you just will go over some to that
search field here and you put in Mars Express
H R which is the imaging of document those areas imaging instruments you can find the data from which you
can generate these of pictures
this part so yeah you can see the credit here it's use you will see that we don't know I mean almost any mission uh we do we do it in cooperation with partners of the sentinel emissions of uh with incorporation or by by by by mandates on behalf of the European Union European Commission this is a joint mission of with the aligned in particular at the joint and instrument
so with the R and and the filing visited billion it's a it's the high resolution stereo camera which orbits Mars on the ESA mission Mars
Express 4 or more than 10 to 10 years and it continues to deliver this to deliver this wealth of images and why we process them
for all of communication purposes anybody but once I mean to thank you need a bit of knowledge and how to process the Mars imaging data but you can do them on your own with the data on the portal I just showed you there uh the the mind of the major so aspects of the camera is that it's
able to do 3 D images there which you can see here and again a
beautiful remakes you see that credits if you I mean by a state other licenses may be quite some of you
know requires that you that that the content keeps being open um which means that you have to put the derivative works so well remixes have to put them under the same license I am
you see what's not just user but also other IG always that word but we we we we we keep a a a is therefore moment in in the space sector but of course we compete with the organizations
like NASA JPL where you can read here that unless otherwise otherwise no noted images and video on JPL websites may be used for any purpose without any prior Commission subject to the special case is not to be of the special cases of being on the in the near the local stuff like that but here mom some of you might know that a lot of the US material from our site is on the public domain interestingly what recently see with the the case of
the Environmental Protection uh protection agency in in the US is that while the USA has a certain tendency to go less open
is actually opening at the very same time I would secure coincidence so we in Europe and we obviously we we tend to be more open and here of the slides and I often
use as well actually some of you solution must talk here in 2013 I believe it Republic up we can see that for us with IG always because of the special crosses the the special legal status we we we have uh there is copyright is no solution public domain so no copyright on is no solution by the way the attribution super important for for for ITER was because we need to show to the taxpayers who fund as that that that what we do is actually
done by our so they they know are our hopefully they think that the tax money that that that is being um trustfully for given to us but it's well invested so far as the solution can only be
a Creative Commons once again the license that we use that stop for a moment about why we use the bias a
I'm a friend to share with you that I love but with the form of organization with you and I and I worked for until 2014 we went for CC BY and unfortunately multimedia so that means images and videos only and um not mature but there's cliques for formal and so today dear
colleagues of of of mind you may answer that these questions um what's actually the efforts of the along are with regards to to to putting more than multimedia and open access with Eastern and web is positive and negative
aspects of the to the bias and other IT also my colleagues whose presentations I or I had earlier and they are sometimes they are more open to the use of CC BY I would have loved to do this at some as well but actually for us it was a very good so a compromise coming to the positive aspect that the positive aspect is it remains open because there's a
mandatory Hughes of the same guys lessons for derivative works or ask for a waiver and we will provide its of ASAP what that means is very important achieve if it anybody from the media is here if you are for example is that yes in Germany or if you are BBC and you want to use the stuff in your documentation in your new reports of so so to be let into the reports and for a video on on on the web of course that that
would mean that you put that derivative of project under the same license as well so what they always ask us for and those who will do when we work with a lot they on that that they I mean there's there's an established polar process they send us an e-mail and we we say yeah of course we provide you with them I mean actually do what word it like uh a waiver of the essay your free and to use it as a thank you they don't the so I am
then again remix and editing and is
is is allowed so some of the positive aspects as set of being that it remains open but the negative that for media it's not exactly
that E C 2 to use I believe most of you I know Creative Commons so so so let
me just a focus of for a moment where in the field of open we are so it is not a means of C C 0 which is public domain it's not bias just explain but we are here so still in in the open field where you can see that here it's like it gets more and more restrictive so these Our not and they have never been an option for us and once again to to be key PDM engaging with ikipedia is very important so far as you can see that when we reports of an image under uh and um when we put an
image online this is a depiction of of Mercury Orbiter which was launched early next year I mean that it doesn't take
long until it appears that they are which is great but illustrate the article and you can see that actually that has that this has a a huge
impact way more impact than we could ever imagine on all on a website you
see here are some details for quantum being created by but he signed the months of March and that total 235 million page views that is mainly
hobbled uh which is a joint ESA and NASA mission but it's also you can see and that's really struck me this is kind of his you see here February a moralist around the time uh when we launched in uh open-access
official yet at ease and had put up a quantum of a bunch of content already online so it it could really does
madam and something like this with which um the Rosetta spacecraft and I took some of flying by modest
and it has been I have been approached by the Wikipedia community that they would like it to make the top of the image of the of the English language Mars the article and they did and then if you imagine that this thing has like planet in 20 K impressions a month at this stage along it doesn't really matter but in terms of
of of of reach and in in spreading I mean what the the the edit editors of these articles considers the image they made wasn't me who
will introduce it to them they they they asked for it because they all knew about on
open access and initiative on he is the user which um just
started pumping as it's called in the keepyour language which I just recently and uh all the center images we've put of like more almost 200 and open axes and last week and there are being pumped into the Wikimedia Commons and so engaging with that uh um with that community is very very important uh the key PDR is currently looking into
sharing 3 D models of on on and on the comedia commons is not the computers became Media Commons looking into sharing 3 D models as well this 1
can be downloaded loaded or and even for you for use of mourners 3 D printer of some or ever up and can be downloaded uh under C as well
and yttrium coming up through to the end and if we may we can we can
we here um yeah that sounds and hopefully this sum is there some tend to 15 minutes left for 4 questions and discussions
why we listen to the sound of I OK we share a lot of sounds on scientific sonification as well as
some of you may be on all of in the so called singing comet actually that's the comments which is really
emitting these sounds but far beyond what we can here so if you can hear it in here is a semantic occasion by Technical University punch line the rule law is that the incident which actually captured the
data which enable only need which and a German and an artist and composer by the name of taking taking a loose or in a moment including me all audible and you can hear it and for that the last bit I would like to play out then women different finished with good exclusively makes could which uh region italian artist edges and leaders
Krinsky excluded connect some men who have heard . Congress ction electronic teams so the limiting what I have left and what I think it's include
the other way around I got yes some enfold ERCP who got where you can find content how you can contact in caves like team of this I mean all shared this presentation happily to review and then all the points instead have to respect the individual copyrights because some knowledge of this annual rights reserved mentioned that the the the
accompanied entirely in the Medici see died and the bad thing I nevertheless Sharon's government just widely as possible with you have sold by which is said to be imagine what you knowledge all from the
singing common samples so even if something like a
few songs like an analog system for about a base from it's not it's the thing in common so this is actually an electronic piece created entirely from the
again sounds which on the rate of manifest
I'd like to close with this and I'm hopefully we have got you want to continue to discuss well I know there's a there's a of the session after this
1 so I believe there some 10 minutes left so this about but in the end of the
few thank you you for your support and so will follow him out of the blue there yeah hygienic parameters such as the University of Potsdam on international relations so I I was very interested in hearing whether that feedback from countries on you know whether the like that you're putting much more the chance that you talked about accountability to governments to the parties and the international community details of it on the other hand the it could you turn the volume of the the of the audience mike up a little bit because I I I
didn't fully and get it so it at the the closer you know about that but I'm sorry we have no public speaker and yet so in the beginning and
talked about and the at countability aspect of getting open access and putting your data out there and be interested in hearing about the thank you might have gotten from governments from countries and in whether they acknowledged as Africa where they appreciated whether it helps in getting funding from countries and the of feedback and the
the feedback of from the general public of all Member States and I mean we with regards to my personal situation it adhesive was was overly positive but from what I can share with you is that it is very individual with regard to mean 2 2 countries so while some would be more
reserved Bob maybe not I mean I'm actually not really excited about this others openly and embrace it a I think I cannot name the countries because they are all all member states but some tend
to have to continue to have a more restrictive of policy and and some and they also share with you with that of I mean we are an international organization and what what I mean is is pretty normal and while you work for example at an organization like ESA you do not really realize that that every day that I mean that's a major like a typical working day from from morning to evening and you would have talked to colleagues from at least
anywhere 20 tool but on an average day you talk to like 10 different nations of Member State colleagues and you get like maybe 5 to 6 to 7 different opinions so and while the take of 1 country it may be a more conservative 1 and we have for example Estonia's
all Member States they would very openly embrace what will be 2 wins and we just had a meeting with colleagues from Estonia who are actually the most digital country and a very small 1 which infrastructure was makes it easier but but they they they are fully digital they're fully open that of they are committed to sharing and we're doing joint projects in the field of data in future to together so
woefully that answers your question from the Andean yeah team also the other organizations you talk about dear ever discussed not publishing any of the data I mean some of the is that you a reason why some data might not want us to be published I definitely I I mean
there is there is the data which may be sensitive and which just I mean he set is the I has a has a the convention is lady so works a fully for peaceful purposes so we do not have any military differ but nevertheless uh um they could be census at sensitive data on and that we we cannot publish and I think I mean the that the case where I mean
the usual case where we where it's very difficult is when it comes the chicken aspect I a deliberately at didn't mention is when it comes to a person's right of privacy of personality rights so for example that distiller even if we use the bias a license which is a bit more restrictive in terms of the 3 year in the context of the 3 open licenses
and still for example if you're at the same that if we would share an astronauts match like astronaut food portray the that it could be used
for advertising purposes advertising and commercial use you can read this I believe the NASA website has just recently gotten but more restrictive so they they kind of reinforced
what even if all the images on the public domain what it means if you use images of an individual or a or any kind of NASA image in a in a in a commercial context here we clearly with the bias a we we allow commercial use but nevertheless I
am of the B my legal department asks me for the moment to refrain from publishing any persons if they are recognizable so this is the the stuff we we we
currently on and cannot publish it's a question from from each of this so he ascribed his eyes and organizational firing a
Bastrop on a spacecraft for the scientific
community and them as well as it did correctly that from now on if I was earlier senior scientist at some Max-Planck Institute Boston University and I would like
to have my my a scientific
instrument on your on your bus trip to the next comment on what planet and I would have to sign an agreement on the stating that I have to put all the data and 2 images are published under open access up but those uh 6 of of my students in that correctly
when yes there is for example that the
current Mars mission I mean you you just so must express the current 1 is X master and so it was exactly that case where some of the the principal investigator of the high-res image on the on monarch so must he's yet to be asked us to go on a
public domain with all the images his army considers it is the instrument it in terms of IPR it's much more complicated it's it's kind of I mean uh very complicit fixed set of rights but he asked this to go public domain which has said we have I mean we have to report back to the text they we need this attribution we need that it stays says
so these are x amount Cassie's and possibly in that case the PI comes from the University of of the in which we do what I mean by his own wish we but we mention his experi instrument name rather than than the institution but we need to report aspects of public domain like public domain was not an option now of course we know
we agreed on the that we do it with the uh with the CC of license so um yes and then again maybe just as this is all being done in discussion with the scientist scientist make proposals and and and he saw and with the board that consist also for of other members from the science community so does not decide on its own they agree on
which instrument comes and you are mentioning them love of injured my reply after this and is that is really very important that we with that we take this into account from the mission conception phase already was there is room for
1 more question if it's a little 1 any remarks the all right OK if not you can occasionally worse on 3rd and last words from you all know I just would like to thank you so much
of it was a pleasure to deliver the stock and if you have any more questions or want
to continue the discussion of the events OK but then again this from outside the
home right and so on and so the hanging
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Titel Opening up International Organisations: Open Access at ESA, WIPO
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Autor Trovatello, Marco
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen und das Werk bzw. diesen Inhalt auch in veränderter Form nur unter den Bedingungen dieser Lizenz weitergeben.
DOI 10.5446/33017
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract Owners of a wealth of data and content, International Organisations ESA, WIPO, WHO and UNESCO have recently started implementing Open Access. Their respective OA strategies and policies in practice will be presented, followed by a hopefully lively discussion with you, the tax payers who fund these organisations.

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