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Open Data, Political Crisis and Guerrilla Cartography

Abstract: Open data and the geoweb have emerged, along with the rhetoric of democratization and a promise that increased user participation would lead to more empowered citizens. Recently, European rules have attempted to make the availability and re-use of data

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Open Government Data and Citizen Engagement in Nigeria

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E-LAND LEADING GRADUALLY OPEN DATA TO TRANSPARENCY IN MADAGASCAR

Abstract Currently with the rapid evolution of technology, the whole world especially the developed countriesbenefit from his contributions and benefits to improve public services and to better serve closer and moreeffective citizens. The governance system is oriented towards the integration

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42 Voices About Open Government

Abstract: In 2013, the Public Innovation Network (XIP) presented its video about open government, including a set of 42 standards that a government must meet to be considered open. The video is presented as a basic, but thorough, compilation explaining

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