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  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • The Story Open Government Over the past few years, a paradigm shift has been emerging around how governments work, and their use the Web and ICT to deliver better services to their constituencies.  The new approach is known as Open Government. It means rethinking how to govern, and rethinking how the administrations should adapt their procedures to meet the demands and necessities of the citizens. Open Government means a cultural, organizational, procedural and attitude change in public servants and the relation with the citizens. It is a new form of understanding political policies which are more legitimate and collaborative: Open Government = Transparency + Efficiency + Participation + Accountability Open Government Data (OGD) is a pillar of an Open Government strategy. OGD is when ministries and state agencies put their raw data on the Web in readable formats (preferrably, machine readable, open standard formats).  The public can review and download the data, and even create new applications around the data.  The governments of the United States and and and United Kingdom are so far the most prominent practitioners of this new approach, and have established portals ( data.gov and data.gov.uk ) to data catalogs.  These data are usable and freely exploitable by NGOs, activists, developers, IT companies, etc. to build and deliver services to people and organizations. See examples of applications in UK and in the US. OGD programs have so far demonstrated multiple benefits: * Increased transparency of governments * Increased number of services to people, due to an increased base of potential service providers * New business opportunities and jobs for application and service developers * New synergies between government, public administration, and civil society organizations * Increased citizen participation and inclusion through extended offers of services closer to people’s needs * New, innovative uses of data in a ways that owners of data would never have thought of.
  • Currently, 121 of the 192 UN Member States have some form of Freedom of Information legislation; 31 of these 121 countries have only a constitutional provision which grants a right of free access to governmental information to citizens; Besides the121 countries with some sort of FOI legislation, 20 countries are currently discussing drafts of FOI laws.
  • 82 of the 192 UN Member States have enacted some sort of legislation that protects personal and corporate data from governmental intrusion or infringement; 5 of these 82 UN Member States protect the privacy of data by constitutional provisions only; 9 of the UN Member States are currently discussing drafts of data protection legislation.
  • 49 of the 192 UN Member States have at least one agency that overviews the access to government data and privacy; From these 49 countries, 34 are in Europe, 7 in Asia, 3 in the Americas, 3 in Oceania and 2 in Africa; 143 UN Members still need to be checked.

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