Finnell, Joshua Open Data and the Free Access to Law Movement in the United States. The Winnower, 2016. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]
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From Jimmy Carter to Barack Obama, the hope for a more transparent and open government has been slowly evolving. The data deposits and open-access requirements of the United States' federally funded research has opened up larger discussions about research redundancy and reproducibility. Projects like Harvard's Free the Law Project, RECAP, and all of the organizations and individuals involved in the Free Access to Law Movement continue to push for more transparency and free access to US case law. This article provides a historical overview.
|Item type:||Journal article (Unpaginated)|
|Keywords:||Open Data, Legal Information, Government Policty|
|Subjects:||B. Information use and sociology of information > BG. Information dissemination and diffusion.
E. Publishing and legal issues. > ED. Intellectual property: author's rights, ownership, copyright, copyleft, open access.
E. Publishing and legal issues. > EE. Intellectual freedom.
I. Information treatment for information services > IM. Open data
L. Information technology and library technology > LJ. Software.
|Depositing user:||Mr. Joshua Finnell|
|Date deposited:||19 Apr 2017 15:04|
|Last modified:||19 Apr 2017 15:04|
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