Sir Tim Berners-Lee: World wide web needs bill of rights
Join the fight for the web to be open for us all – see the BBC report.
Our laws not theirs:
Finland is crowdsourcing ideas for new laws and working with the security minded money world to verify the process…
“a non-profit group of Helsinki entrepreneurs started a website called Open Ministry to allow people of voting age to propose initiatives online. The website uses APIs from banks and mobile operators to confirm identities. Recently, the Finnish Parliament approved the platform after verifying that the electronic identification process is secure.”
Of course building a whole new one of these wouldn’t be so smart – borrowing from the one already built would probably be better
Futureshift: civic innovation in Birmingham and the black Country:
Elliot review of food safety comes to Birmingham – and we’re working on it alongside New Optimists.
Dave Harte enjoying himself:
My 10 Things about NHS Citizen – some reflections o a programme being pulled together by some of the best in the digital civic works – including our friends/collaborators Demsoc and Public-i. With encouragement from Tim Kelsey.
Digital Government Review