Is there a standard or something in the making that allows the inclusion of a license that will allow indexation and publishing of a website, citation and sharing of the links?
Some meta tag for example
<meta type="license" allowed="index, searchresult, snippet" allowed-to="google.com, bing.com, duckduckgo.com">
and for images and videos a meta data setting to set the license?
<img src="foo.jpg" copyright-holder="Some Photographer" license-type="cc-by-sa2.0" license-url="http..." >
Is there something like this or in the making?
The reason is the article 13 that passed and has made google/bing/duckduckgo/etc.. responsible for the copyright of the content on its servers. This would most likely include their page cache they use for indexing websites, the images they show in google images and much more.
You could basically summarize my question as:
What would be a future proof way to prevent search engines from excluding my website elements based on the new copyright directive, by allowing licensing of elements to the search engine robots.