[MyData & Open Data] Capture the Ocean
mark.lizar at gmail.com
Sun Jan 19 16:40:54 UTC 2014
I notice that Open Knowledge Foundation is listed on the project page as being involved.
Does anyone know what they are up to at the moment?
On 17 Jan 2014, at 13:49, Reuben Binns <r at reubenbinns.com> wrote:
> This looks like a really great project:
> I'm assuming there's a good chance that at least someone from it is on this list, who might be willing to share some more information. I'm wondering when it is scheduled to kick off, and what exactly will the end product look like. At the moment the website says they will:
> "create a framework for identifying and comparing the laws that shape the information economy. We will publish these laws in easy-to-understand visualizations and maps"
> Will it be something like an open version of the paywalled DP law consultancy offerings (e.g. Nymity's privacy maps http://www.nymity.com/Knowledge_Hub/Nymity_Maps.aspx )? Will it aim to be completely comprehensive or more of a 'general introduction to privacy law around the world'? Will it be a one off thing or an on-going feed of changes?
> Many thanks,
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> mydata-open-data at lists.okfn.org
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