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Monthly Archives: September 2011
What does the phone hacking scandal mean for the political regime and the role of privacy? From the perspective of political philosophy, the scandal raises the unspoken fear of political corruption at the heart of the regime. Political corruption occurs … Continue reading
The great thing about blogs is that they make you think and the comments have great insights. From a response to a earlier blog post about a transparency contest, came the following idea. The comment asked how Councils could get … Continue reading
As more data becomes available at a national and a local level, we have to be aware of the danger that it will become politicised. The data will become politicised in two senses. First, all politics are local. The more … Continue reading
Open Data political judo: Rahm Emanuel and Chicago politics Chicago has now joined the list of major American cities publishing official data from its services on the web for the public to scrutinize and use. Embracing the transparency agenda is … Continue reading
Is it time to have an award for the best written policy paper in local government? The award would allow councils to showcase the writing talent of their officers and let the public know the good work that is being … Continue reading