MONOPOLY GAME: HOW TO MINIMIZE RISKS WHEN WORKING WITH DATA OF OPEN INTERNET RESOURCES
The September issue of Legal Insight published an article by Astralex Advisor Lina Korshunova on the ways to minimize risks when working with data from open Internet resources.
The business models of many companies are based on the analytics of various data arrays obtained from open Internet resources.
Companies collect and analyze data, visualize analytics and sell the result to all interested parties or use it themselves. The analytics collected allow you to effectively sell various products and services, as well as select your target audience.
Few at the start think about how effectively in the realities of Russian law can protect the rights to such Internet analytics.
In addition, owners of databases with open data, as a rule, are not ready to provide access to them to anyone else, except direct users, and consider the collection of data that is contained on sites as a violation of their rights.
We propose to understand how to protect your rights if the main asset of your business is an accumulated array of data or if you sell analytics of data taken from third-party Internet services.