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City of Amsterdam publishes data manifesto

The Amsterdam Economic Board, the City of Amsterdam and Waag are calling all partners that contribute to the digital city to sign the manifesto ‘Tada - Duidelijk over data’ ('Clear about data') and to take steps to implement the measures proposed. This will accelerate the development of a 'responsible digital city' and the responsible use of data in the city.

The manifesto (in Dutch) was presented on 31 October with a panel discussion by John Sinteur – Founder Radically Open Security, Steven Gort – Data whisperer at ICTU, Ruurd Priester – Research Fellow Citizen Data Lab, Hogeschool van Amsterdam and Ruben van der Vleuten – Founder design studio Frolic and initiator of the IoT manifesto.

More information about the manifesto can be found here:



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