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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 Dear Rémi 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 http://reports.eea.eu.int/eea_report_2005_3/en/FINAL-3_05-Packaging_waste_WEB.pdf Documents not covered by copyrights will not be marked in this way. See for instance press releases http://org.eea.eu.int/documents/newsreleases/med_2005-en The note on the bottom of each html page on our website is merely a copyrights notice link to the explanatory text. Kind regards Ove Caspersen Ove Caspersen Project Manager - marketing, co-publishing, dissemination and public information European Environment Agency Kongens Nytorv 6, DK-1050 Copenhagen K, Denmark Phone: +4533367100, fax +4533367199 e-mail: email@example.com homepage: www.eea.eu.int Please consider the environment before deciding to print this email -----Original Message----- From: Korrigan [email] Sent: 20 November 2005 17:58 To: Webmaster 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, Regards, Rémi K.