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The Europe Roundup: A Good Week For Open Data

BY Antonella Napolitano | Friday, September 16 2011

Germany | Berlin Data Portal Image: Epsi Platform (CC BY 2.0) Earlier this week the German state of Berlin launched a data portal, the first of its kind in Germany. Ulrich Freise, Secretary of State for Home Affairs, ... Read More

The Europe Roundup: Is a Twitter Interview Enough to Engage People?

BY Antonella Napolitano | Friday, July 29 2011

Spain | Spanish elections: is a Twitter interview enough to engage people? Earlier today Prime Minister Zapatero called early elections in Spain, which are now set for November 20th). The situation is troubled. The ... Read More

The Europe Roundup: Open Data in Progress

BY Antonella Napolitano | Tuesday, June 28 2011

France | Open data in progress The open data movement is making progress in France: while the government is working on a national open data initiative, a group of open data organisations have drafted a Declaration on ... Read More

To e-G8 or Not to e-G8?

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, May 23 2011

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, some of the boldest bold-faced names in the American Internet business -- Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg, Google's Eric Schmidt, Amazon's Jeff Bezos -- find ... Read More

We All Want Dead Presidents

BY Editors | Monday, June 18 2007

An interesting online communications coup from France recently occured when François Mitterrand, Socialist President of France 1981-1995 and a hero of the Left who's been dead for ten years, starting writing his own ... Read More

BREAKING: In France, Sarko topping polls [UPDATE]

BY David All | Sunday, April 22 2007

All eyes are on France today as four candidates for President face the voters. With one hour to go before the polls close in France, I have been given the following internal polling results from one of the major party ... Read More

Le Internet campaign

BY Editors | Wednesday, April 11 2007

To the outside observer, France's 2007 race for president has a lot in common with the 2008 race in the U.S. Like in the U.S., it's wide open: for the first time since 1974, no candidate is an incumbent prime minister or ... Read More