BiCity Copyright and licensing policy
The BiCity Project is open data, licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL) by QBQUITY Sprl. QBQUITY Sprl is (and will remain in the future) the owner of the copyright and the sui generis right on the BiCity database.
You are free to copy, distribute, transmit and adapt our data, as long as you credit BiCity Project and its contributors. If you alter or build upon our data, you may distribute the result only under the same license. The full legal code explains your rights and responsibilities.
How to credit the BiCity Project
We require that you use the credit “© BiCity Project”.
You must also make it clear that the data is available under the Open Database License. You may do this by linking to this copyright page. Alternatively, and as a requirement if you are distributing BiCity datasets in a data form, you can name and link directly to the license(s). In media where links are not possible (e.g. printed works), we suggest you direct your readers to https://bicity.info and to https://opendatacommons.org.
Sources of our data and related credits
In addition to publishing the data uploaded by users, the BiCity Project collects and integrates data in the public domain or released under open licenses, coming from the following sources:
Inclusion of data in BiCity does not imply that the original data provider endorses QBQUITY Sprl, provides any warranty, or accepts any liability.
Software originally developed by BiCity Project
The BiCity Project normally releases its original software under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL). This license permits use, modification, and (re)distribution of BiCity software provided that all modifications and additions are also distributed under the terms of the AGPL.
Software developed by third parties
In some cases The BiCity Project uses and integrates in its software components developed by third parties. BiCity tries as much as possible to use and integrate software that is released under open source licenses compatible with the GNU AGPL.
However, in some cases it is not possible or not appropriate to use the AGPL; for example when BiCity software is based on existing open source software that uses a different and 'incompatible' license. In these cases the related packages may be redistributed by BiCity as a mere aggregation without integration with the original BiCity software, and each package remains governed by its respective license.
Below is a list of software components developed by third parties and used by BiCity Project, with their respective licenses.
Intellectual property rights infringement
BiCity Project contributors are reminded never to add data which constitute a substantial part of a protected database, without explicit permission from the intellectual property rights holders.
If you believe that protected material has been inappropriately added to the BiCity database or this site, please refer to our takedown procedure or file directly writing an email to email@example.com.
The BiCity name and logo and the QBQUITY name and logo are trademarks of QBQUITY Sprl. If you have questions about your use of the marks, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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