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PREMIS metadata in Archivematica

Archivematica supports PREMIS metadata and currently implements version 3. It captures extensive technical metadata about Objects and records actions (known as Events) taken on Objects by Agents. It also supports the addition of PREMIS Rights metadata. This page discusses how PREMIS is implemented in the AIP METS file.

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PREMIS Events metadata

PREMIS Events will be recorded in separate digiprovMD sections in the METS (see METS in Archivematica for more information). PREMIS Events recorded in the METS will contain metadata for most of the following semantic units and semantic components (only if applicable):

  • eventIdentifier - eventIdentifierType
  • eventIdentifier - eventIdentifierValue
  • eventType
  • eventDateTime
  • eventDetail
  • eventOutcomeInformation - eventOutcome
  • eventOutcomeDetail - eventOutcomeDetailNote
  • linkingAgentIdentifier - linkingAgentIdentifierType
  • linkingAgentIdentifier - linkingAgentIdentifierValue

For more information on semantic units and semantic components in PREMIS, please see the Data Dictionary. Below is an example of a PREMIS Event for file format identification.

    <mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_54">
      <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:EVENT">
        <mets:xmlData>
          <premis:event xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
            <premis:eventIdentifier>
              <premis:eventIdentifierType>UUID</premis:eventIdentifierType>
              <premis:eventIdentifierValue>b0d7f0ce-1c47-42b9-b2f1-941ca8f90bfe</premis:eventIdentifierValue>
            </premis:eventIdentifier>
            <premis:eventType>format identification</premis:eventType>
            <premis:eventDateTime>2019-11-14T11:05:37.729651+00:00</premis:eventDateTime>
            <premis:eventDetailInformation>
              <premis:eventDetail>program="Siegfried"; version="1.7.10"</premis:eventDetail>
            </premis:eventDetailInformation>
            <premis:eventOutcomeInformation>
              <premis:eventOutcome>Positive</premis:eventOutcome>
              <premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
                <premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>fmt/353</premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>
              </premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
            </premis:eventOutcomeInformation>
            <premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>preservation system</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>Archivematica-1.10</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>
            <premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>repository code</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>12345</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>
            <premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>Archivematica user pk</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierType>
              <premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>1</premis:linkingAgentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:linkingAgentIdentifier>

Note that there will be three Agents per Event listed under the linkingAgentIdentifier semantic unit. This means there will also be three linkingAgentIdentifierType and three linkingAgentIdentifierValue semantic components. Each Agent applied to a PREMIS event will also have its own digiprovMD section in the METS (see PREMIS Agent Metadata).

PREMIS Events list

There are PREMIS Events that apply to original files and some that apply to normalized files. Both are listed below, followed by a list of Events that occur when certain microservices run in Archivematica.

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Default events for original files

The following microservices are run for all original objects ingested into Archivematica, including any submission documentation:

  • ingestion
  • message digest calculation
  • virus check

If a bag or a transfer with checksum manifests is ingested, then each file will include:

  • fixity check

Normalized files

The following microservices are run for all normalized files:

  • creation
  • message digest calculation
  • validation (if there is a validation tool available for the identified format)

Note that for original files with a normalized derivative, a normalization PREMIS Event will be added.

<mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_17">
  <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:EVENT">
    <mets:xmlData>
      <premis:event xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
        <premis:eventIdentifier>
          <premis:eventIdentifierType>UUID</premis:eventIdentifierType>
          <premis:eventIdentifierValue>d7746761-d98c-4a78-80e0-2e91e4c187d4</premis:eventIdentifierValue>
        </premis:eventIdentifier>
        <premis:eventType>normalization</premis:eventType>
        <premis:eventDateTime>2019-11-14T11:11:29.620854+00:00</premis:eventDateTime>
        <premis:eventDetailInformation>
          <premis:eventDetail>ArchivematicaFPRCommandID="a34ddc9b-c922-4bb6-8037-bbe713332175"; program="convert"; version="Version: ImageMagick 6.9.7-4 Q16 x86_64 20170114 http://www.imagemagick.org"
</premis:eventDetail>
        </premis:eventDetailInformation>
        <premis:eventOutcomeInformation>
          <premis:eventOutcome></premis:eventOutcome>
          <premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
            <premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>%SIPDirectory%objects/View_from_lookout_over_Queenstown_towards_the_Remarkables_in_spring-d8717b3a-d12c-408a-9c37-732425331f44.tif</premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>
          </premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
        </premis:eventOutcomeInformation>

Name cleanup

If this microservice is run on a file, then it is entered as the following PREMIS Event which also records the original filename:

  • name cleanup
<mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_11">
  <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:EVENT">
    <mets:xmlData>
      <premis:event xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
        <premis:eventIdentifier>
          <premis:eventIdentifierType>UUID</premis:eventIdentifierType>
          <premis:eventIdentifierValue>842774e2-7eeb-49a2-99ee-eade80f6bd1f</premis:eventIdentifierValue>
        </premis:eventIdentifier>
        <premis:eventType>name cleanup</premis:eventType>
        <premis:eventDateTime>2020-01-06T15:01:52.881142+00:00</premis:eventDateTime>
        <premis:eventDetailInformation>
          <premis:eventDetail>prohibited characters removed: program="sanitize_names"; version="1.10.db4f6aca278e6daf2af160ed40349baf7c6f53af"</premis:eventDetail>
        </premis:eventDetailInformation>
        <premis:eventOutcomeInformation>
          <premis:eventOutcome></premis:eventOutcome>
          <premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
            <premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>Original name="%transferDirectory%objects/(brackets)/@at.txt"; cleaned up name="%transferDirectory%objects/(brackets)/_at.txt"</premis:eventOutcomeDetailNote>
          </premis:eventOutcomeDetail>
        </premis:eventOutcomeInformation>

Format identification

When this microservice is run, the following PREMIS Events may be recorded:

  • format identification
  • validation (if there is a validation tool available for the identified format)

Extract packages

This PREMIS Event will be recorded on all extracted files:

  • unpacking
<mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_54">
  <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:EVENT">
    <mets:xmlData>
      <premis:event xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
        <premis:eventIdentifier>
          <premis:eventIdentifierType>UUID</premis:eventIdentifierType>
          <premis:eventIdentifierValue>bfeecc68-855c-41ad-a628-37c2a1fb2142</premis:eventIdentifierValue>
        </premis:eventIdentifier>
        <premis:eventType>unpacking</premis:eventType>
        <premis:eventDateTime>2020-03-05T18:02:26.966342+00:00</premis:eventDateTime>
        <premis:eventDetailInformation>
          <premis:eventDetail>Unpacked from: %transferDirectory%objects/Project.zip (63706dd1-6f8f-4460-a5a5-546bac061d91)</premis:eventDetail>
        </premis:eventDetailInformation>
        <premis:eventOutcomeInformation>

OCR transcription

If OCR is run over a file in the Ingest tab, then the file will include the following PREMIS Event:

  • transcription

AIP reingest

If an AIP has been partially or fully reingested there will be a PREMIS Event for all files in the objects directory:

  • reingestion

Sending transfers to backlog

If a transfer was sent to backlog there will be an PREMIS Event:

  • removal from backlog
<mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_11">
  <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:EVENT">
    <mets:xmlData>
      <premis:event xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
        <premis:eventIdentifier>
          <premis:eventIdentifierType>UUID</premis:eventIdentifierType>
          <premis:eventIdentifierValue>de7463a9-1ecd-4499-b692-b61034290452</premis:eventIdentifierValue>
        </premis:eventIdentifier>
        <premis:eventType>removal from backlog</premis:eventType>
        <premis:eventDateTime>2019-11-18T12:24:38.892676+00:00</premis:eventDateTime>
        <premis:eventDetailInformation>

PREMIS Agent metadata

PREMIS Agents that are linked to a PREMIS Event will also be placed in its own digiprovMD section. The default semantic units for each agent are:

  • agentIdentifier
  • agentName
  • agentType

There are three types of Agents associated with every PREMIS Event. They will be listed under agentType as the following three options (METS XML examples included):

Software

    <mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_57">
      <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:AGENT">
        <mets:xmlData>
          <premis:agent xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
            <premis:agentIdentifier>
              <premis:agentIdentifierType>preservation system</premis:agentIdentifierType>
              <premis:agentIdentifierValue>Archivematica-1.10</premis:agentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:agentIdentifier>
            <premis:agentName>Archivematica</premis:agentName>
            <premis:agentType>software</premis:agentType>
          </premis:agent>

Organization

    <mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_58">
      <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:AGENT">
        <mets:xmlData>
          <premis:agent xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
            <premis:agentIdentifier>
              <premis:agentIdentifierType>repository code</premis:agentIdentifierType>
              <premis:agentIdentifierValue>12345</premis:agentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:agentIdentifier>
            <premis:agentName>XYZ Library</premis:agentName>
            <premis:agentType>organization</premis:agentType>
          </premis:agent>

Archivematica user

    <mets:digiprovMD ID="digiprovMD_59">
      <mets:mdWrap MDTYPE="PREMIS:AGENT">
        <mets:xmlData>
          <premis:agent xmlns:premis="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.loc.gov/premis/v3 http://www.loc.gov/standards/premis/v3/premis.xsd" version="3.0">
            <premis:agentIdentifier>
              <premis:agentIdentifierType>Archivematica user pk</premis:agentIdentifierType>
              <premis:agentIdentifierValue>1</premis:agentIdentifierValue>
            </premis:agentIdentifier>
            <premis:agentName>username="analyst", first_name="Jane", last_name="Smith"</premis:agentName>
            <premis:agentType>Archivematica user</premis:agentType>
          </premis:agent>

One of each type of Agent will be included in each amdSec as its own digiprovMD in the METS AIP file (See METS in Archivematica).

PREMIS Rights metadata

PREMIS rights metadata can be added during transfer or ingest; it can be entered via the GUI interface to be applied to the entirety of the SIP or transfer. Rights can also be entered at the object level by describing them in a rights.csv file and using the Import metadata feature.

Below, the entry template is described as it appears for each rights basis, followed by acts granted/restricted.

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Basis: Statute

PREMIS in METS XML: <premis:rightsBasis>Statute</premis:rightsBasis>

Statute jurisdiction

Rule “The country or other political body enacting the statute.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteInformation>
      <premis:statuteJurisdiction>ca</premis:statuteJurisdiction>

Notes Values should be taken from a controlled vocabulary. Recommended: ISO ISO 3166.

Statute citation

Rule “An identifying designation for the statute.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteInformation>
      <premis:statuteCitation>Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act [RBSC 1996] Chapter 165</premis:statuteCitation>

Statute determination date

Rule “The date that the determination was made the the statute authorized the permission(s) noted.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteInformation>
      <premis:statuteInformationDeterminationDate>2015-07-02</premis:statuteInformationDeterminationDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061

Statute start date

Rule “The date when the statute begins to apply or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteApplicableDates>
      <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061

Statute end date

Rule “The date when the statute ceases to apply or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteApplicableDates>
      <premis:endDate>2020-01-01</premis:endDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date.”

Statute documentation identifier- Type

Rule “A designation of the domain within which the statute documentation identifier is unique.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifier>
      <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierType>Acts</premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierType>

Statute documentation identifier- Value

Rule “The value of the statuteDocumentationIdentifier.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifier>
      <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierValue>RBSC 1996</premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierValue>

Statute documentation identifier- Role

Rule “A value indicating the purpose or expected use of the documentation being identified.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifier>
      <premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierRole>Law</premis:statuteDocumentationIdentifierRole>

Statute note

Rule “Additional information about the statute.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:statuteInformation>
      <premis:statuteNote>Social insurance numbers, health information covered by personal privacy provisions</premis:statuteNote>

Basis: License

Below is a list of the template fields and the associated rule. The example also includes the resulting block of METS XML.

PREMIS in METS XML: <premis:rightsBasis>License</premis:rightsBasis>

License terms

Rule “Text describing the license or agreement by which permission was granted.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseTerms>This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license</premis:licenseTerms>

License start date

Rule “The date at which the license is first applies or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseApplicableDates>
         <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061.

License end date

Rule “The date at which the license no longer applies or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseApplicableDates>
         <premis:endDate>OPEN</premis:endDate>
Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date” as
shown above.

License documentation identifier- Type

Rule “A designation of the domain within which the license documentation identifier is unique.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifierType>Accession form number</premis:licenceDocumentationIdentifierType>

License documentation identifier- Value

Rule “The value of the licenseDocumentationIdentifier.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifierValue>CCA-2011-29</premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifierValue>

License documentation identifier- Role

Rule “A value indicating the purpose or expected use of the documentation being identified.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:licenseDocumentationRole>Accession form license area</premis:licenseDocumentationRole>

License note

Rule “Additional information about the license.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:licenseInformation>
      <premis:licenseNote>Donors are prompted to choose a Creative Commons license on accession form</premis:licenseNote>

Basis: Donor

Below is a list of the template fields and the associated rule. The example also includes the resulting block of METS XML.

Note

Archivematica provides a template for donor rights, which are translated in PREMIS as “other”. In the METS file, you will find Donor rights in a rightsMD <premis:rightsBasis>Other</premisrightsBasis>.

Donor agreement start date

Rule “Date when the other right applies or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatment>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061.

Donor agreement end date

Rule “Date when the other right no longer applies or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:endDate>2025-01-01</premis:endDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date.”

Donor documentation identifier- Type

Rule “A designation of the domain within which the rights statement documentation identifier is unique.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>Donor form number</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>

Donor documentation identifier- Value

Rule “The value of the otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>CCA-2011-89</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>

Donor documentation identifier- Role

Rule “The value indicating the purpose or expected use of the documentation being identified.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>Agreement</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>

Donor agreement note

Rule “Additional information about the rights of the object”.

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsNote>Ten-year restriction on access by donor request</premis:otherRightsNote>

Basis: Policy

Below is a list of the template fields and the associated rule. The example also includes the resulting block of METS XML.

Note

Archivematica provides a template for policy rights, which are translated in PREMIS as “other”. In the METS file, you will find Policy rights in a rightsMD <premis:rightsBasis>Other</premisrightsBasis>.

Policy start date

Rule “Date when the other right applies or is applied to the content.”

<premis:rightsStatment>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061.

Policy end date

Rule “Date when the other right no longer applies or is applied to the content.”

METS XML

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:endDate>2025-01-01</premis:endDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date.”

Policy documentation identifier- Type

Rule “A designation of the domain within which the rights statement documentation identifier is unique.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>RFA policy number</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>

Policy documentation identifier- Value

Rule The value of the otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>RFA-P-1992/040</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>

Policy documentation identifier- Role

Rule “The value indicating the purpose or expected use of the documentation being identified.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>Policy</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>

Policy note

Rule “Additional information about the rights of the object”.

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsNote>Thirty-year closure rule: Executive Office records available only to Richards Foundation staff and BoD</premis:otherRightsNote>

Basis: Other

Below is a list of the template fields and the associated rule. The example also includes the resulting block of METS XML.

PREMIS in METS XML: <premis:rightsBasis>Other</premisrightsBasis>

Other rights basis

Rule “Designation of the basis for the other right or permission described in the rightsStatementIdentifier.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsBasis>Agreements</premis:otherRightsBasis>

Other start date

<premis:rightsStatment>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061.

Other end date

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
     <premis:otherRightsApplicableDates>
        <premis:endDate>2025-01-01</premis:endDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date.”

Other documentation identifier- Type

Rule “A designation of the domain within which the rights statement documentation identifier is unique.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>MOU number</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierType>

Other documentation identifier- Value

Rule “The value of the otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>MOU-F-89</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierValue>

Other documentation identifier- Role

Rule “The value indicating the purpose or expected use of the documentation being identified.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifier>
         <premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>Agreement number</premis:otherRightsDocumentationIdentifierRole>

Note

Rule “Additional information about the rights of the object”.

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:otherRightsInformation>
      <premis:otherRightsNote>Terms of MOU with depositor include 10-year embargo for access</premis:otherRightsNote>

Acts granted or restricted

Below is a list of the template fields and the associated rule. The example also includes the resulting block of METS XML.

Act

Rule “The action the preservation repository is allowed to take; e.g. replicate, migrate, modify, use, disseminate, delete.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:rightsGranted>
      <premis:act>Delete</premis:act>

Grant/restriction

Rule Drop-down field: choose between Allow, Disallow, Conditional

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:rightsGranted>
      <premis:restriction>Disallow</premis:restriction>

Start

Rule “Beginning date of the rights or restrictions granted.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:rightsGranted>
      <premis:termOfRestriction>
         <premis:startDate>2015-01-01</premis:startDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061.

End

Rule “Ending date of the rights or restrictions granted.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:rightsGranted:
      <premis:termofRestriction>
         <premis:endDate>2025-01-01</premis:endDate>

Note Uses ISO 8061. End date can be left open by clicking “Open End Date.”

Grant/restriction note

Rule “Additional information about the rights granted.”

<premis:rightsStatement>
   <premis:rightsGranted>
      <premis:rightsGrantedNote>Publication restricted until copyright expires.</premis:rightsGrantedNote>

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