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Open Data : our data are belong to us !

Intervenant(s) : Emmanuel Benazera, David Larlet, Florian Lainez, Tangui Morlier
Langue : Français Niveau : Débutant Type d'événement : Table ronde
Date : Vendredi 9 juillet 2010 Horaire : 17h00 Durée : 40 minutes
Lieu : ENSEIRB - Amphi A

As a conclusion, the Internet session organizes an overture with a round table, focused on the Open Data thema.

The United States of America have decided to share freely (for a non-commercial use) data produced by public research. Taxpayers don’t pay its acquisition twice, though.
In France, the chosen path is opposite.

How, as a public or private agency, can we share data with efficience and security ? What are the advantages to free and share data ?

Speakers

David Larlet

David is passionnated about the Web. You can read is complete bio on his website http://david.larlet.fr/

Emmanuel Benazera

Emmanuel Benazera leads the Seeks Project (http://www.seeks-project.info) as an free and decentralized search engine.

Florian Lainez

Florian Lainez is passionated about the Web and blogs often on http://www.nouslesgeeks.fr He is an open source hacktivist, takes part in the Mozilla community and participate to the Drumbeat project.

Tangui Morlier

Tangui Morlier is the cofounder of the Regards Citoyens collective. This collective aquired knowledge about Open Data during its activitiy.
Tangui is also the chairman of the April foundation since April 2010, and militates actively to the free software promotion.