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Ordnance Survey Consultation: Policy options for geographic information Government response 31st March  On the government response to Ordnance Survey consultation Ernest Marples blog   Open Democracy post on Making consultation work: the BBC Strategy Review survey. Open Democracy   Online infringement of copyright cost-sharing download PDF  BIS consultation document. Respond by: 25th May 2010   Prime Minister’s office […]

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September #3

CopyrightBook sharing site Scribd rejects claims of copyright infringement Guardian Creative CommonsCC publishes study on interpreting “non-commercial” under CCBY & CC0 Creative Commons Digital BritainAttitudes to supporting non-BBC regional news from the licence fee. Preliminary findings. DCMS study. FacebookHow exactly is Facebook making money? GuardianHow Facebook tried to put a shine on $9.5m privacy suit […]

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Digital Britain: watch and listen

The Digital Britain report is open to comment until 12th March. On 24th February NESTA hosted a conference on delivering Digital Britain. Many of the key players were present. Video and audio is now available. It is an extraordinary opportunity to see the development of public policy enacted. Watch and listen. NESTA delivering Digital Britain I’ve seen Carter’s […]

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Media revolution: Tomorrow’s TV

BBC’s Money programme available on iPlayer If you wonder why much broadcast TV seems formulaic, this programme explains why: it’s supposed to be, because the TV formula is an essential part of the business. A TV formula is valuable intellectual property, Who wants to be a millionaire? is a global brand. This programme explains the […]

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Making sense of numbers

BBC News Magazine is running a series by Michael Blastland on making sense of numbers: interpreting data, research, media coverage. Surveys & media coverage Myth of counting: the economy, growth, recession Michael Blastland is the author, with Andrew Dilnot, of The Tiger That Isn’t: Seeing Through a World of Numbers

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