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Fixing Streets, Answering Questions and Holding Power to Account with Open Data

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Fixing Streets, answering questions and holding power to account with open data by Tom Steinberg, Founder and Director, mySociety

Fixing Streets, answering questions and holding power to account with open data by Tom Steinberg, Founder and Director, mySociety

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    • 1. mySocietyhello@mysociety.org
      Fixing streets, answering questions and holding power to account with Open Data
    • 2. FixMyStreet.com
      Nationwide tool to make it easy to report potholes, broken street lights etc
      175,000+ reports to date
      50% fix rate
      Makes everything public
      Open source and copied in many countries
    • 3. TheyWorkForYou / Mzalendo
      Political transparency based on clear data on basic democratic facts:
      How did they vote?
      What did they say?
      Did they ever show up?
      About 2m visitors a year
      Mzalendo is Kenyan version, in progress
    • 4. Alaveteli
      Makes it ultra-easy to make FOIA requests to 3000 UK public bodies
      Better still, it archives all requests and responses, publicly and automatically
      Over 1m visitors/year
      Easy to import to new countries