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A. A public agency that shares geospatial data with another public agency may:
1. Share geospatial data without entering into a written agreement with the other public agency.
2. Share geospatial data of which it is the custodian.
3. Retain custodial ownership of any geospatial data provided to other public agencies.
4. Prohibit shared data from being redistributed by recipient public agencies if notification of the prohibition is given.
B. A public agency that shares geospatial data may exempt the data from commercial use fees prescribed in section 39-121.03, subsection A, paragraph 3.
C. A public agency that shares geospatial data of which it is the custodian is not liable for errors, inaccuracies or omissions and shall be held harmless from and against all damage, loss or liability arising from any use of geospatial data that is shared.
D. A public agency that shares geospatial data or receives shared geospatial data may withhold the shared data from public disclosure if the data consist of critical infrastructure information as defined in section 41-1801.