a) Free dissemination of Government-held information is appropriate where:
- dissemination to a target audience is desirable for a public policy purpose, or
- a charge to recover the cost of dissemination is not feasible or cost-effective
b) Pricing to recover the cost of dissemination is appropriate where:
- there is no particular public policy reason to disseminate the information, and
- a charge to recover the cost of dissemination is both feasible and cost effective
c) Pricing to recover the cost of transformation is appropriate where:
- pricing to recover the cost of dissemination is appropriate, and
- there is an avoidable cost involved in transforming the information from the form in which it is held into a form preferred by the recipient, where it is feasible and cost-effective to recover in addition to the cost of dissemination
d) Pricing to recover the full costs of information production and dissemination is appropriate where:
- the information is created for the commercial purpose of sale at a profit, and
- to do so would not breach the other pricing principles
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