The 48th Session of the United Nations Statistical Commission (7-10 March in New York) kicks off its special events with a seminar on “Open Data – Adding Value by Matching Access with Privacy and Security.” Slides from the keynote speech by Open Data Watch managing director Shaida Badiee can be viewed here, as well as an accompanying report on “Open Data to Support the Sustainable Development Goals.” Other presentations by distinguished speakers from around the world on partnerships, technology, legislation and capacity building can be found here. Watch the Open Data seminar here on UN Web TV,
Author: Open Data Watch
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