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6: Through the computer screen

‘I was born in a small town in Lithuania. During my childhood I knew that only 5 telephones existed in my town. In need to reach any neighbour it was much easier visiting than calling,’ recalls Regina Dovidaviciute.  41 more words


United States Releases Draft National Open Source Software Policy

On September 23, 2014, the White House announced that the United States would create an official policy for open source software. Today, the nation took a big step towards making more software built for the people available to the people. 869 more words

Open Government

New PhD Opportunity: Human Computer Interaction and Spatial Data Quality for Online Civic Engagement

We have a new scholarship opening at the Extreme Citizen Science group for a PhD student who will research in Human Computer Interaction and Spatial Data Quality for Online Civic Engagement. 114 more words

Citizen Science

An introduction to e-Government

The first aspect that we would like to focus is on how technology can be used by the government and the state institutions, to ameliorate the efficiency of these organizations and improve their relationship with the citizens, thus we would like to focus on the technologies of the information and communication and their importance on the political world. 1,004 more words


E-Government and the Infrastructures of the State

In the past few months, the UK Government Digital Service (GDS) has been testing out a new system allowing users of government online services to identify themselves supposedly in a more secure way. 603 more words