Are there any restrictions on what I can do with information I get if I make a request under the Freedom of Information Act?
Information provided to you by a Scottish public authority might be subject to copyright protection. You do not have a right to re-use such information in a way that would infringe copyright (for example, by making multiple copies). To re-use the information, you might need to obtain the permission of the copyright owner. An authority should tell you if this applies to any information it provides to you.
Related topics: Freedom of Information
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