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  • Two Sides of a Window Technology for Transparency http://www.flickr.co m/photos/etirellap hotos/3145781566
  • Chapter 1: Two False Assumptions
  • Listening In
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  • Chapter 2: From the 4th to the 5th Estate?
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  • Thomas Jefferson Listening In
  • Erin Brokovich Listening In
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  • Watchdog Journalism Erodes Trust in Democracy?
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  • Chapter 3: The Role of Technology in the Transparency Movement
  • Global Voices www.globalvoicesonline.org/about
  • Technology for Transparency Network transparency.globalvoicesonline.org
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  • Conclusions ★ Open government data is necessary for sustainable projects. ★ Best projects increase participation in gov't rather than producing skepticism and distrust in political processes. ★ We have information, need context. Avoid info divergence. ★ Undifferentiated citizen inputs overwhelm politicians. (Pick your battles.) ★ Bridge opposing echo chambers. ★ The issue of verifying identities. ★ Seeking answerability versus accountability (sanctions). ★ Shift from issues to processes. ★ Sometimes legal solutions are easier and more effective than technical solutions.
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  • Thank You! @oso http://el-oso.net oso@el-oso.net transparency.globalvoicesonline.org