Hugh McGuire interviews me about citizen access to public data

Hugh McGuire, the LibriVox dude, has started a new project, datalibre.ca, whose tagline is: urging governments to make data about canada and canadians free and accessible to citizens. He wanted to know more about why I’ve been focusing lately on the issue of access to public data, so he emailed me some questions and has now posted the answers here.

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