Belgian govt data becomes available to all

Monday 27 July 2015 | 09:23 CET | News
The Belgian Council of Ministers has approved the federal open data strategy, Datanews reported. The data available to the Belgian government, may not be used by all, including for commercial use. Only data that is sensitive to privacy, or is important for safety reasons, will not be available. Minister of Digital Agenda Alexander De Croo said government data is not owned by the government but by society as a whole.

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