On the back of the growing capacity of networked digital information technologies to process and visualise large amounts of information in a timely, efficient and user-driven manner, we have seen an increasing demand for better access to and re-use of public sector information. The story is not a new one. Share knowledge and together we can do great things; limit access and we reduce the potential for opportunity.
The two volumes of this book seek to explain and analyse the global shift in the way we manage public sector information. In doing so they collect and present papers, reports and submissions on the topic by the leading authors and institutions from across the world. These provide people tasked with mapping out and implementing information policy with reference material and practical guidance.
Volume 2 presents a selection of the key reports and submissions that have been published over the last few years. The volumes are sold separately and as a set.
Brian Fitzgerald is an Australian legal academic and barrister, specialising in intellectual property and information technology.
18. Submission to CLRC on Crown copyright
19. Government information and open content licensing: an access and use strategy
Queensland Spatial Information Office, Queensland Government
20. The power of information
Ed Mayo and Tom Steinberg
21. Towards a national information policy: discussion and recommendations in the Review of the National Innovation System
22. Power of Information Taskforce final report
Power of Information Taskforce
23. Digital economy future directions
Brian Fitzgerald, Anne Fitzgerald, Jessica Coates and Kylie Pappalardo
24. Venturous Australia: report chapter 7 – information and market design
Review of The National Innovation System / Cutler and Company
25. OECD recommendation of the Council for Enhanced Access and More Effective Use of Public Sector Information
OECD Committee for Information, Computer and Communication Policy
26. Borders in cyberspace: conflicting public sector information policies and their economic impacts
27. Inquiry into improving access to Victorian public sector information and data: executive summary and recommendations
Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee, Parliament of Victoria
28. Engage: getting on with government 2.0
Government 2.0 Taskforce
‘This book would be a great addition to any reference or government information collection, particularly one emphasizing the intersection of public sector information and open access licensing for multimedia content. Any interdisciplinary study of copyright and fair use, whether related directly to public sector information or to the Internet in general, would also benefit greatly from this title.’
Tom Adamich DttP: Documents to the People
Size: 250 × 176 × 16 mm
12 b&w tables and 6 b&w illustrations
Copyright: © 2010
Publication: 29 Jun 2010