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Nova Scotia says response to FOIPOP website data breach cost $84K

Nova Scotia’s response to a data breach on one of its websites earlier this year cost more than $84,000, according to figures released under the province’s freedom of information legislation. 465 more words


How Does Freedom of Information Impact Journalism and the Public?

Journalism has experienced many changes throughout time. The big switch from analog to digital, the rise of social media and the web, and the dominance of mobile. 222 more words


America’s Internet Freedom Rating Dropped Due to the Repeal of Net Neutrality

Freedom House, a US think tank, analyzes internet freedom around the world every year, and this year’s report saw a drop in the US’s rating. 99 more words


Regulating the FOIA into obscurity?

This is a guest post from the redoubtable John Slater, whose tireless efforts to hold DWP to account are a lesson in how FOI should be used. 2,439 more words


Property Matters – the Sandals case

I applied to the High Court for a Judicial Review of the refusal of the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) to provide the Tobago Sandals MoU under the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA). 1,186 more words

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How will Open Data help building a more Sustainable society in Africa throught Internet Freedom? Insights from FIFAfrica18

“Open Data remains a luxury reserved for better connected communities, and people having free access to internet.”

As the UN World Data Forum 2018 is currently taking place, hosted by 

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11th Malaysia Plan Mid-Term Review

Yesterday, the Parliament’s website published the 11th Malaysia Plan mid-term review paper which was unveiled by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad which, among others, officially confirmed that the national debt as at end of 2017 stood at RM686.8 billion, and not RM1 trillion as announced by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. 94 more words

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