Terms & Conditions
Information made available through the NextGEOSS data hub
The data and information available through the NextGEOSS data hub are available under terms described in the “licence” field of individual dataset records (metadata). Except where otherwise noted this is the Open Government License.
All dataset records (metadata) published on the NextGEOSS data hub are licensed according to their individual licenses.
The accuracy of information from any third party sites published on the NextGEOSS data hub is the responsibility of the third parties.
The Data Protection Act 1998 (“DPA”) regulates the processing of personal data and or sensitive personal data, that is information about and relating to, living identifiable individuals. The accuracy of information from any third party sites published on the NextGEOSS data hub is the responsibility the third party.
Third parties are obliged to ensure that all processing of personal data is carried out in accordance with DPA legislation. These obligations are met by compliance with the eight data protection principles laid down in the DPA and ensuring that all processing is notified to the UK Information Commissioner.
Personal data as defined by the Data Protection Act 1998 is data relating to a specific individual where the individual is identified or identifiable in the hands of a recipient of the data. Open data must not include a citizen’s personal data. Prior to data being made available through the NextGEOSS data hubit must be anonymised according to the Information Commissioner’s Anonymisation Code of Practice and/or aggregated using recognised statistical methods to ensure data privacy for individuals.
Further information may be found by visiting the Information Commissioner’s website at www.ico.org.uk.
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