Open Data

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Open Data is a model to extract value from public sector information by
using the data to build new tools and to create innovative services    

Open data in public administration shall be considered as an integral part of Open Government doctrine, which concerns citizen
involvement in the government decision-making process and effective oversight on state affairs.

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LICENSES

The most important Open Data licenses are Creative Commons Licenses (CC) including:
 
    —  CC Zero  Public Domain
    —  CC BY   Include attribution of the original author
    —  CC SA   Released under the same or similar licence as the original
    —  CC BY-SA   Include attribution of the original author and released under the same or similar licence as the original
 
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WHICH DATA TO DISPLAY

The most important data source is the web portal
 
Freccia Link   dati.piemonte.it
 
promoted by Regione Piemonte in order to share data and information between all the regional public administrations.
 
It is now the brightest Italian example of digital data dissemination, addressing the Directive 2003/98/EC of the European Parliament, which recognize public data as “an important primary material for digital content products and services” whose re-using “should inter alia allow European companies to exploit its potential and contribute to economic growth and job creation”.
 
It’s possible find another data here:
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Freccia Link   Consiglio Regionale del Piemonte
Freccia Link   Dati.Istat
Freccia Link   Aperto – Comune di Torino
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Freccia Link   Linked Open Data
Freccia Link   Dati.Gov (Sezione Piemonte)
Freccia Link   Museo Torino – recommended by 21Style.com
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