Day: May 26, 2006

Law blogs – what about the rest of the world?

Dan Hull’s What about Clients? blog now includes a catalogue of non-US legal weblogs from or about the West andAsia. Latin America, Africa and the Middle East are next. We’ll keep building on this — just as my own firm has built an international practice over the past 10 years. The idea here is to […]

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Free public sector data? – someone has to pay

Society Guardian on howSusskind has approvedthe Guardian’s Free Our Data Campaign: The British government owns one of the world’s most valuable collections of intellectual property. Government policy on what it should do with this information is muddled. On one hand, it encourages free access, for example to historic census returns. On the other hand, agencies […]

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