Municipal data governance in the public interest
Foundations for open smart cities
Cities are collecting more data than ever before. Connected, data-generating technology and the digital infrastructure that supports it are becoming more embedded in cities, generating virtually limitless data quantities at an increasingly granular scale. And cities increasingly rely on this data to inform decision making, improve service delivery, and streamline operations.
These trends force municipal governments to deal with a range of challenges that carry broad societal implications, including risks to individual and collective privacy,
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