Guardian Online article

An article in yesterday’s Guardian lists those public authorities proactively making information available to the public online.

Moment of truth
Thursday January 27, 2005
The Guardian
The web is now the place to find out about government. Michael Cross uncovers the sites making the most of the Freedom of Information Act

Campaigner Heather Brooke, author of Your Right to Know (, says authorities generally need prodding to post information on the web. “There are only a few examples of people pro-actively publishing new things. There’s definitely scope for people to stop being so paranoid and more open.”

Read the full article here.

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