Future of Real-Time: Data Democracy

Future of Real-Time: Data Democracy
technology

City administrations, institutions, and companies are publicly sharing data generated within their systems to add new levels of transparency and accountability.

Nate Graham
  • 3 february 2011

City administrations, institutions, and companies are publicly sharing data generated within their systems to add new levels of transparency and accountability. Access to this information not only strengthens civic engagement, but establishes a collaborative agenda at all levels of government that empowers citizens through greater access and agency.

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