Good Law from Open Data

author: John Sheridan, The National Archives
published: May 16, 2013,   recorded: April 2013,   views: 14817


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In the context of the recent European Legislation Identifier initiative and new EU e-Law Linked Open Data taskforce, this presentation will survey the opportunities of Linked Open Data to legislative and legal compliance data. What does it mean to talk about legislation as data? How can open data work as an operating model for the public sector to enable this? Where and how do Linked Data standards fit? What are the commercial opportunities for use and exploitation of law as data? This presentation will showcase recent projects and explore the Europe wide possibilities and benefits from Linked Open Legislation Data.

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Comment1 Johnny, October 12, 2020 at 4:11 p.m.:

I have a unique look on data and I love how he talks about it in this video, I recently read a blog about money and I think it's relevant here.

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