Kevin Ford writes:
> The latter, at this time, is beyond the scope of BIBFRAME, in just the
> same way that licensing issues surrounding data described in MARC does
> not bear directly on the usage licensing of the MARC format itself.
The problem is that BibFrame, and linked data in general, is inherently
open, meaning that for the data is internationally interconnected. If
you license data and get it delivered in MARC, you have a local
copy. Once you move towards linked open data the control of data access
becomes a more difficult issue.