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Jane Ruffino: Other countries have agencies to keep their online data accessible

Here it’s down to a guy called John

15th November, 2015

Have you ever tried to search a government website for a piece of information? It doesn’t matter what information, and it almost doesn’t matter which government we’re talking about. Chances are, it was like using the internet in 1996, but without the thrill of ‘surfing the web’.

It’s staggering to think about the kinds of cutting-edge research that’s funded by, for example, the US Department of Defence: GPS,...

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