The University of Ottawa's Centre for Law, Technology and Society is proud to announce its launch conference, scheduled for Friday, March 5th. Featuring a keynote address from Professor Yochai Benkler of Harvard Law School, the event also includes panels on mapping, open government, and social networks. There is a modest […]
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David Eaves has a great post on the three laws of open government data: find it, play with it, and share it.
DJ Kelly blogs that the Calgar City Council will consider an open government motion next week that would make all data collected by the city publicly available.
The CBC is reporting that the Conservative government has quietly killed the CAIRS database, an invaluable source of information that listed virtually all ATIP requests. The database was an essential research tool for more open government and the decision will have an exceptionally damaging effect on government accountability and transparency.