Wednesday, February 13, 2013


A word to the wise for those clinging to their  IP, there is provision to keep some information confidential. “However, if the DOIC decides that the protection of confidential information would prevent the public from making a proper assessment of the methodology proposal, the DOIC may choose not to progress the application.” In fact the Government is insisting that a Creative Commons Licence be signed as part of the application process: “The Government is supporting the development of methodologies that have broad application by facilitating collaboration between scientific organisations, industry associations and private companies and individuals. This is to minimise scheme complexity and maximise opportunities for landholders under the CFI. It will also reduce the cost of administering the scheme. The methodology template contains a creative commons ‘BY’ licence for applicants to sign.                

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