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Legal Aspects of Text and Data Mining

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Legal Aspects of Text and Data Mining
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Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 90

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Objective of this report is to present the key legal issues with regard to Language Resources (LR) re-use, particularly in Machine Translation (MT) and Machine Processing (MP) settings, provide a simple report as to the permitted acts and make key policy suggestions as to amendments in the relevant bodies of legislation.

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