Jeni Tennison explains how to evaluate an organization's data assets as potential sources of open data, and how to deal with the thorny issues of derived and personal data.
Jeni Tennison is the Technical Director of the Open Data Institute. As a developer, she specialises in open data publishing and consumption, including XML, JSON and linked data APIs. She is author of several technical books and was appointed to the W3C’s Technical Architecture Group in 2011. She is also a member of the Open Data User Group and of the Government Linked Data Group. Twitter: @JeniT
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