Indeed there are matter of traditional knowledge, access and benefit sharing, where such data and media have in any case of reuse be traceable and citable to the source of origin. See for example this ongoing process https://www.cbd.int/dsi-gr/2019-2020/
Data are considered Open even if cc -by sa while CC0 is preferred. But to respect traditional knowledge and if you want to show and keep such data , Europeana should consider to allow such licences on its metadata to avoid to have to delete them from the portal in future
As for FAIR data can be even FAIR if not open date or behind a payroll for access or re use, as they are findable and reusable as such. data with ethical issues can be FAIR and yet behind a login (ie not suitable for underaged) or because of a patent or any other reason with losing its status of FAIRness.
All the best
From: Discussion list for Europeana Technical Developments [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Michael Fingerhut [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 30 November 2019 21:11
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Subject: Re: It is FAIR but is it ethical?
Sorry for not having mentioned it and so thanks for reminding me, as I think it has relevance (for instance one of its aspects, "Data governance").
Le 30/11/2019 à 20:02, Makx Dekkers a écrit :
At the session, I mentioned the CARE principles. For more details: https://www.gida-global.org/care. Not entirely relevant for the issue Michael raises, but it does include the E for ethics.
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