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March 01, 2021

Legal Notice and Cookie Consent: Make Sure Your Data Portal Complies with Privacy Regulations

Privacy laws require websites to inform users when collecting their personal data. In addition, websites are required to clarify t ...

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February 25, 2021

It goes by many names - smart farming, e-agriculture, digital farming, agriculture 4.0 (soon 5.0!) -...

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November 20, 2020

The key to getting started with external data is finding the right use cases. External data can add ...

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September 07, 2020

Smart city has become a buzzword this past decade, but how does it actually work? What tangible proj...

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How Bristol Uses Open Data to Improve Traffic and Air Quality
July 29, 2020

It seemed that whenever I ran into Claudia, my coworker who specializes in Switzerland, she had some...

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July 22, 2020

Over the last 5 years, open contracting has turned into a global phenomenon. What is it all about? W...

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How Open Data is Changing Public Procurement
May 26, 2020

Open data regulation in different sectors   If you have been following us during the “Stay at home” ...

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What you need to know about the latest open data regulation trends
May 18, 2020

“Explosion” of Open Data Analysis Helps Track and Predict Covid-19 Outbreaks, Experts Say An “explos...

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According to Albert Kahn, the purpose of the Archives of the Planet is to account for “the aspects and the practices of human acti ...

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