How Do we Define Open Data?
Why Define Open Data? In January 2013, the Public Innovation Network (PIN) featured a video related to Open Government in which are collected a set of 42 standards that a Government or Administration must meet to be considered open. The dissemination and return that this video has had on the Internet has been considerable. The video has been the basis for debate within many administrations, and it has been translated into Spanish, English, French, Italian and Catalan. The PIN would like to continue generating discussion and spreading the notion of Open Government as an evolution of the deliberative democracy towards participatory environments, truly focused on citizenship and networking. This is the reason why I was invited to participate in the new PIN project. The set of these articles will be collected in an electronic publication that we will be distributed under a Creative Commons license recognition. So that is why I am posting this topic. I have my own views on Open Data a