기관 Open License Marking Criteria for Public Works

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    Open License Marking Criteria for Public Works

    Public Notice by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (2012)

     

     Open license marking criteria are specified as follows to prevent confusion of using it, and to promote the use of public

    works with clear and uniform marking criteria by allowing citizens' free use of works (referred as "public work"

    hereinafter), that are created, acquired and managed by government institutions, local governments and public

    institutions according to the Article 2, Item 3 of   「Official Information Disclosure Act」   (referred as "public institution"

    hereinafter), without the need of individual use permission according to Article 22 of   「Public Work's Copyright

    Management Instruction」   (Public Notice by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism No.2010-41).

     

    1. Name and Basic Marking Design

     The name of 'open license for public work' is set as "Gonggongnuri", and its English term is set as

    “KOGL(Korea Open Government License)". Basic designs that symbolizes KOGL is as follows

     

    2. Types and Mark Design for KOGL

     It is the basic liability for KOGL to indicate the copyright (source), and can impose obligations such as change

    prohibition, commercial use prohibition, etc. KOGL's 4 types of symbol marks and scope of the license are

    shown in the table.

     

    Type and Symbol Mark

    Scope of License

    [Type 1: Source Indication]

     The user can freely use the public work regardless of

    its commercial use without fee, and can change it to

    create secondary work.

    [Type 2: Type 1 + Commercial Use Prohibition]

     The user can freely use the public work without fee,

    and can change it to create secondary work, but it is

    not permitted to use for commercial purpose.

    [Type 3: Type 1 + Change Prohibition]

     The user can freely use the public work regardless of

    its commercial use without fee, but it is not permitted

    to change or modify the contents of public work.

    [Type 4: Type 1 + Commercial Use Prohibition

    + Change Prohibition]

     The user can freely use the public work without fee,

    but it is not permitted to use for commercial purpose,

    or to change or modify the contents of public work.

     

    3. Location of KOGL Mark

     Public institutions shall place the KOGL symbol mark to the proper location such as close to title or at the end

    of the corresponding public work so that user can recognize it. The size of the symbol mark may be different

    according to the public works, and it shall be the size that normal users can recognize it.

     

    4. Use Terms for KOGL

     A. Public institutions shall provide use terms such as source indication liability, use prohibited information,

            public institution's liability exemption, effect of use term violation, etc. with proper method

            (ex: hyperlink with symbol mark) when providing public works using KOGL.

     B. Refer to Attachment for Use Terms by KOGL Types.

     C. Public institutions may change the license terms of public works. However, users who already use prior to

           the change shall be allowed to use according to the license terms before change even after it is changed.

     

    5. Relationship with other free licenses KOGL can be used selectively with other free licenses such as Creative

    Commons License. 

     

    - Attachment 1: Use Term for KOGL Type 1 -

     

    Korean                    English                  English - Korean

              

    According to above KOGL, user can use public works freely and without fee regardless of its commercial use,

    and can change or modify to create secondary works when user complies with the terms provided as follows.

     

     

     - Attachment 2: Use Term for KOGL Type 2 -

     

    Korean                         English                     English - Korean

               

    According to above KOGL, user can use public works freely and without fee, and can change or modify to

    create secondary work when user complies with the terms provided as follows except for commercial use.

     

     

    - Attachment 3: Use Term for KOGL Type 3 - 

     

    Korean                        English                        English - Korean

                

    According to above KOGL, user can use public works freely and without fee regardless of its commercial use

    when user complies with the terms provided as follows, while the contents of public works is not modified or

    changed.

     

     

     - Attachment 4: Use Term for KOGL Type 4 -

     

     Korean                            English                             English - Korean

             

    According to above KOGL, user can use public works freely and without fee when user complies

    with the terms provided as follows. However, it is prohibited to use public works for commercial purpose,

    or to create secondary works by changing or modifying it.

     

     

    1. Source Indication Liability

     A. Users who use public works shall indicate source or copyright as follows:

          “000(public institution's name)'s public work is used according to KOGL”

     B. The link shall be provided when online hyperlink for the source website is available.

     C. Marking shall not be used to misguide the third party that the user is sponsored by public institution or

          user has a special relationship with public institutions.

     

    2. Use Prohibited Information

    Following information is prohibited from use according to related laws even though they are included in the

     

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