The Open Data Divide: UK & USA lead the world, but others fall behind
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"Credit where credit is due, the UK and the USA are sticking to the open data agenda and, according to a new report, are the most transparent governments in the world. However, what is notable from the World Wide Web Foundation’s second annual ‘Open Data Barometer’, which looks at the open data progress of 86 countries across the world, is that many governments are reneging on their commitments and are falling behind. An open data divide is emerging ..."
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