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Government Website Open Information Announcement

1. Licensing Methods and Scope

 To promote applications of online government information, all data and
 materials on the Department of Compulsory Military Service (hereinafter
 referred to as DOCMS) website shall be accessible by the public without
 compensation, non-exclusively, and shall be sublicensed to other parties.
 Users shall be able to reproduce, adapt, edit, publicly transmit, or utilize
 the data in other ways. Users shall also be given an irrevocable license to
 develop products or services based on the data (referred to as derivative
 works) without any restrictions with regard to time or territory. In addition,
 users shall not be required to obtain the license in written or other forms
 from the DOCMS but will, however, be required to clearly accredit the
 relevant source.

2. Relevant Matters

 (1) The scope of the license shall only extend to areas stipulated by the
  Copyright Act, but not extend to other intellectual property rights,
  including but not limited to the provision of patents, trademarks, and
  the logo of the DOCMS.

 (2) Whether the personal information made public by the parties or by law
  shall be collected, processed, or used shall be governed pursuant to
  Personal Information Protection Act. Users shall take protective measures
  stipulated by Personal Information Act for accessing the personal

 (3) Certain video or audio recordings, images, music scores, articles etc.,
  shall only be published on the DOCMS website but not used for other
  purposes according to specific agreements. Therefore, data or materials
  specifically designated by the DOCMS shall be accessed only after consent
  is obtained and fall beyond the scope of the license.

 (4) Data or materials obtained from the DOCMS website shall not be
  maliciously changed or altered. Users shall be subject to civil or criminal
  liability should the information edited or adapted is inconsistent with
  the original purpose or content.

3. The license granted does not imply that the DOCMS recommends, approves,
 or agrees with users developing derivative works based on data from the
 DOCMS website.