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Jury Konga

Open Data Impacts

Description: “Open Data is Changing the World in Four Ways” : Improving Government, Empowering Citizens, Creating Opportunity and Solving Public Problem. Source (URL): http://odimpact.org/ Date: 2019

MyData

Description: “MyData Global’s mission is to empower individuals by improving their right to self-determination regarding their personal data. The human-centric paradigm is striving for a fair, sustainable, and prosperous digital society, where the sharing of personal data is based on trust. Our aim is to build a balanced relationship between individuals and organisations. Source (URL): …

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Data Governance in the Digital Age

Description: Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) essay series including authors Teresa Scassa, Bianca Wylie, Michael Geist, Brenda McPhail and Rohinton P. Medhora. Source: CIGI https://www.cigionline.org/data-governance-digital-age Date: 2019 (ongoing)

Open Data Standards Pilot Project – Final Report

Description: A pilot project sponsored by the Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA) Ontario wherein OpenNorth assessed municipal open data sites for data standardization, found significant inconsistencies and recommended standard data definitions for top 10 datasets. Source (URL): MISA Ontario https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.misa-asim.ca/resource/collection/DB45CAF9-4640-4381-9B67-B1A4DF288874/MISA_Ontario_Open_Data_Standards_Pilot_Project_Report.pdf Date: June 2018

Open Source – CKAN

Description: “CKAN is a powerful data management system that makes data accessible – by providing tools to streamline publishing, sharing, finding and using data.” Source (URL): https://ckan.org/ Date: 2019

OKF Open Economics Working Group

Description: ” Identifying best practice as well as legal, regulatory and technical standards for open economic data. The Open Economics Working Group is run by the Open Knowledge Foundation in association with the Centre for Intellectual and Property Law (CIPIL) at the University of Cambridge.” Source (URL): http://openeconomics.net/ Date: 2019