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In Germany federal and state governments provide daily well over a million euros alone for their statistical offices to collect data from – paid for by taxes.

There are also data from other areas such as transportation, geography , environment , economy and science as well as studies on specific topics , everything is already paid.

These data give away treasures great potential for modern democracy , administration and business , if they are not made ​​available to the public as OPEN DATA – but only those that are privacy concerns.
A short explanatory video (1 min) by Sebastian Schellenberger and Marc pastures Hüll from Heidelberg to :

This development is enormously complex and required a particularly appropriate preparation, a cultural change in the demand -makers in population, economy and administration. Open Data also acts as a catalyst in the ( knowledge ) transformation into a digital society.

Oliver R.
Posted by Oliver R.
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