The author describes and examines three subject approach sets: the first, technical-juridical, is related to methods of data transformation and conservation to guaranty protection of authenticity and access over time, respecting the law. The second, material, is related to physical protection data in terms of integrity and duplication. The last, purely juridical, pertains to data protection originating by intellectual work in copyright topics lato sensu. The essay exhorts to make considerations about the sharp contrast between juridical system prescription and how data is managed on line. The interests in rights protection by the authors and the data philosophy openly available – as it already occurs – needs agreement also in juridical system.
Copyright. Copyleft and public domain. Digital archives. Database protection. Open data. Creative commons. Juridical protection of data.