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Monday, August 11, 2014

Turnbull no open data hack

Lots of enthusiasm (as evident from the twittersphere) at GovHack 2014. Winners according to IT News excelled "in the field of using government data in creative and meaningful ways to create applications that help make sense of our social and economic milieu."

Malcolm Turnbull did the honours in Brisbane. If there was a prepared speech it should show up here. Meanwhile the minister explains the intelligence community's interest in our metadata, narrowly defined, during the ITNews Q&A.

1 comment:

  1. Now Open data has the potential to improve the economy, environment and our society, but there's plenty of room for improvement before it is actually able to achieve those changes.