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Re: Proposed definitions of Share and Collect

From: Rob van Eijk <rob@blaeu.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 13:43:43 +0200
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-------- Originele bericht --------
Onderwerp: Re: Proposed definitions of Share and Collect
Datum: 2012-10-24 13:39
Afzender: Rob van Eijk <rob@blaeu.com>
Ontvanger: Rigo Wenning <rigo@w3.org>
Antwoord-aan: <rob@blaeu.com>

I think we don't, but the definition of shared reads now as: A party 
"shares" data if it transfers or provides a copy of data that it has 
received and stored for more than a transient period.(collected) to any 
other party. I see a possible caveat in 'AND stored for more than a 
transient period', for realtime (put aside network latency) may not 
include that condition.

Taken your comment into account, I think it may be important to add 
this as non-normatieve text to the definition.


Rigo Wenning schreef op 2012-10-24 12:44:
> Rob,
> thanks for the comment. Our proposal says "transfer or copy". Even
> for real time, data is transferred. And it is legally established
> since a long time that even an ephemeral copy for real time is a
> copy (for the purpose of IPR). So why would we have a different view
> here?
> Rigo
> On Wednesday 24 October 2012 08:34:55 Rob van Eijk wrote:
>> Amy,
>> Does providing a copy imply that the data is stored first?
>> If so, the definition of sharing does not take into account the
>> element of real time, which is seen in RTB.
>> On 24-10-2012 6:09, Amy Colando (LCA) wrote:
>> > Per an action assigned to me in Amsterdam, I'm submitting a
>> > couple of proposed verb definitions for discussion by the
>> > group.  I worked on these with a small group, including David
>> > W., Rigo, Chris Pedigo and Susan Israel.  I can't say that we
>> > are in total agreement, but we wanted to share our work product
>> > to date in order to keep the process moving forward.  Looking
>> > forward to feedback.
>> >
>> > Collect: a party "collects" data if it receives the data and
>> > stores it for more than a transient period.
>> >
>> > Share: A party "shares" data if it transfers or provides a copy
>> > of data that it has collected to any other party
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