The Open Data Question: A Double Edged Sword?


Data is all the hype and open data is the new cool kid on the block. But does it really unlock value for business or is it a fad that will go away? Learn more about how open data is helping businesses and governments improve data, products, and policy-making, and how it contributes to the wider social good.

In this webinar, co-hosted with Open Corporates, we explore the question of open data, the pros and cons of transparency, and the data landscape now and in the future.

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