Open Data Consultations & Policy Workshop
Monday, October 3, 2011 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
The government has recently launched two parallel consultations on policies that will shape the future of Open Data in UK:
- Making Open Data Real
- Public Data Corporation
We invite data developers, users, civil society groups to discuss the implications. The event will have an open space format, with a half hour intro and breaking up for one hour and reconvening. We want to propose 3 sessions around aspects of the consultations, but obviously participants may have more ideas on the day:
- Privacy, ICO, FOIA, legislation and governance (Caldicott guardians,
sector transparency boards...)
- Public services, privatisation and involvement of civil society
- PDC, pricing models and the open data ecosystem
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