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In March 2011 the Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA) was declared insolvent. As a result LISA’s portfolio of standards has been authorized to be posted under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License that allows for reuse and creation of derivative works based on the LISA standards.
Note that LISA has designated the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Localization Industry Standards (LIS) Industry Specification Group (ISG) as its successor organization for its standards portfolio. More information on the position of these standards in the ETSI environment will be available after August 2011.
The following LISA OSCAR standard documents and materials are available for download under the above license agreement. Note that the LISA logo and standards logos remain trademarked property of the Localization Industry Standards Association and may not be used without the express written consent of LISA. For information on these and other assets, please contact Mr. Michal Anobile (). For more information on the former LISA specifications or to report errors in these documents, please contact Dr. Arle Lommel ().
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