Parsing is open data?

Whether the parsing of the open source open DAT Oh?
June 7th 19 at 14:47
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June 7th 19 at 14:49
No, it is not. Is the eating of bread baking?

Open data (eng. open data) — concept, reflecting the idea that certain data should be freely available for computer-readable use and further republication without copyright restrictions, patents or other mechanisms of control. To clear the data from copyright restrictions, you can use the free license such as Creative Commons licenses. If a dataset is not in the public domain or is not bound by the license gives the right to free re-use, such a dataset is not considered open, even if it is posted in machine-readable form on the Internet.


Simply put, if you post on the site your data (texts, images, documents, prices, etc.) with no licensing restrictions and that they were easy to parse - it is open data. But if you parasite someone's data, it's parsing.

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