Ontario to Make Data “Open by Default”

On Friday, the government of Ontario released new details about it’s Open Data Directive, which will take effect on April 1, 2016. As part of this directive, Ontario ministries and agencies will be required to make all data public, unless it falls under one of a number of exemptions for privacy, legal, confidentiality, security, or commercially sensitive reasons.

For more:

Ontario’s Open Data Directive

Ontario’s Open Government Initiative 

Ontario’s Open Data Catalogue 



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