Following the open data policy is one of the leading practices that reflects the Ministry’s desire for continuous development by being open to those dealing with it by providing all the data and information they need in a transparent and smooth manner, as well as contributing to opinions on the services and activities carried out by the ministry. Open data can help create new products, services and applications that save time and effort for dealers and stimulate innovation.
The aim of the policy
This policy aims to clarify the policies for managing open data on the website according to the controls mentioned in:
The disclaimer document on the website
Terms and conditions on the website
Field of application
The scope of this document is limited to the website of the Ministry of Interior, and given that the document is open for continuous development, its scope can be expanded according to the general policy of the UAE e-government and the related instructions.
Terms of reuse of open data:
This data is considered usable, re-used and republished by any individual or legal or governmental person.
When using this data, it must be noted that its source is the Ministry of Interior, in order to preserve the Ministry’s ownership of the data, its reliability and the validity of its source.
The data user should not misrepresent the data or its source or mislead others.
You must not use this data for political purposes or to support illegal or criminal activity or to use it in racist or discriminatory comments or for the purpose of fueling or negative impact on culture, equality, incitement, or any activity that is illegal or contrary to our customs and traditions.
The Ministry of Interior is not responsible under any circumstances for any direct or indirect, incidental or consequential damages, special or exceptional, that may arise from the use or inability to use this open data, including without limitation loss of income or loss of reputation Or loss of work, loss of data, computer breakdown, wrong operation, or any other damages.
The user of the open data on the website of the Ministry of Interior acknowledges that he uses the open data on his responsibility, and the ministry does not bear any responsibility whatsoever to update all open data in the future, especially when it is based on current assumptions and predictions that may lead to the occurrence of some risks and raise some doubts about the results that show no Results match the actual reality and the expected future and its estimates.
The Ministry is not legally responsible for any damage that the user or any other person may suffer as a result of violating the confidentiality of the information that the user may have transferred from the open data section, and it does not compensate them for that.
The electronic copies of the Ministry’s documents published on this site for informational purposes only, the final copy of any ministry document is the original printed and signed version that is kept by the ministry, if the document has been signed by the authorized person, the final copy is the original printed and signed copy that is It was held by the Ministry, in case there is any difference between the documents, the copy kept by the Ministry is preferable to the other copies
The Ministry of Interior disclaims all implied warranties and conditions regarding the information published in the open data section.
Responsibility of the Ministry of the Interior
The Ministry puts the data on its electronic portal, and at the same time the Ministry does not undertake that there will be no notes on it, as these data are according to what was received by the government agencies or according to what resulted from the provision of its services. Also, the Ministry does not guarantee the continuity of providing this data or part of it, nor does it bear any responsibility towards data users and what may happen to them from damage or loss due to the reuse of this data.
The responsibility of the data user
The data user is responsible for re-using the data in the ministry’s portal, and the re-use of this data should not result in any errors related to the content of the data, its source and history.