Jurisdiction Database

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The Jurisdiction Database contains information on the Unported license and each Creative Commons affiliate jurisdiction (e.g. Germany, Estonia).

On these pages you have the opportunity to add or edit data about the jurisdiction, or data about the jurisdictions 3.0 license porting process.

The structure of pages follows this schema: <Jurisdiction>/3.0/<License>


You can query the database for the full text of the unported and one or more ported licenses. The license texts have been structured according to the tags or keywords: Property:Relevant_license_sections.

You can also view the full structured license text in the jurisdiction pages below.

Visit the /Research page for more information on using the data contained in this database.


{{#ask:|?Country code|format=template|template=Jurisdiction List|link=none|limit=100}}

Add a jurisdiction

{{#forminput:form=Jurisdiction|size=30|button text=Add jurisdiction}}




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