… but data license is unclear so it’s useless until some legal experts can sort out this piece of… law.
Namely, the act says:
“it enables to share the information collected therein, referred to in para. 3, to any entity interested in their processing in order to make them available on the map”
representative wrote to me that it’s allowed to process EIPA data for sharing points on a map and not for other purposes.
With the law is like with jokes: if you need to explain it, then it’s not a good joke.
So even though it might sound simple: yay! we have all the data we need and it’s allowed to process them to put data on the map, it’s not exactly what we are doing, because if I want to write a shell script that takes data and put it in my console or send me an SMS with nearest charging station, then it’s clearly not “sharing points on a map”. On the other hand, that’s just (stupid) interpretation done in the regulatory office. Act itself clearly states that “it’s a public registry”, “maintained for EV users”, “to provide information facilitating the use of these vehicles”. Sounds like the OCM.
Except that there’s no explicitly stated information about the data license.