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Tag Archives: Databases
The NSA surveillance state and the illusion of privacy
The news of the NSA surveillance programme has been met with strong criticism in Europe. The European governments have publicly expressed their concerns about the invasion of privacy and its effect on US-EU relations. The statements, though well meant, ring … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, Government, privacy, statesmanship, transparency, war Tagged current-events, Databases, human-rights, Politics, privacy, Surveillance state, United States 4 Comments
Beyond Government Transparency 3.0: Augmented Democratic Decision Making
The following post is influenced by Dan Slee’s excellent post on Augmented Reality and the future of local government communications. The blog argues that transparency data mapped to location and context can be used for augmented decision making. What this … Continue reading
The open data delusion: can we find meaning in the data?
The open data delusion is a phenomenon in which we believe that increasing the amount of data published or accessible will increase the public understanding of the issues. What the financial crisis shows is that the data was out in … Continue reading
Posted in linked data, open data, public sector, republicanism Tagged Databases, digital democracy, Knowledge Management, Lehman Brothers, open data 4 Comments
The dark side of open data: politicized data.
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
Posted in Government, local government, open data, privacy, public sector, transparency Tagged Chicago, Data Warehousing, Databases, Politics, privacy, transparency Comments Off on The dark side of open data: politicized data.