New regulations on re-use of public-sector information

New regulations have been issued which will regulate the licensing by the Crown and public authorities of their proprietary information to third parties. They set out the circumstances in which re-use of the information may be refused, and how much can be charged for re-use. The regulations will come into force on 1 July 2005.


 

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