Felipe Heusser on Open Government Data for Open Accountability [AUDIO]

February 7th, 2012

Felipe Heusser — Founder and Director of Fundación Ciudadano Inteligente, a Latin American NGO based in Chile that uses information technology to promote transparency and active citizen participation, and a Berkman Fellow — gives an overview the spread of transparency policy through freedom of information regulation, and point out to the rise of ‘Open Government Data’ as the latest chapter of the transparency story, highlighting how it potentially may impact ‘open accountability’ and the rise of a new breed of online watchdogs.

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