European Commission will adopt measures for an open data strategy

The European Commission will adopt on the 29 November an Open Data Strategy which means a set of measures aimed at increasing government transparency and creating a €32 billion a year market for public data. The measures include a modification of the existing Directive on the re-use of public sector information and the deployment measures such as a creation of open data portals at European level.

The Open Data Strategy will be adopt by the European Commission on 29 November. The strategy proposed by the Commission will consist in a package of measures including regulatory measures, such as a modification of the existing Directive on the re-use of public sector information and the deployment measures such as a creation of open data portals at European level. The Strategy was already proposed in November 2010.

 

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