Tag: Ben Worthy

Why governments think that freedom of information is for nincompoops

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Opening Up The Private Sector

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What Is Transaparency?

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What Is Transparency?

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Assessing Government Transparency: An Interpretive Framework

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Open data at the local level can help to create a new eco-system of openness and activism

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Who Is Using Open Data? Some More Thoughts

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Who is using all this government open data?

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The Government’s Freedom of Information commission tilts the political discussion towards damage and cost

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Open data on council spending is largely unread by voters

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