Archive for Britain
The British government makes big promises for more open governance.
The content of private letters between the Government and Diana, Princess of Wales, should be kept secret, the information commissioner ruled today.
You probably know that CCTV cameras everywhere on the streets, buses, stations, in shops and banks and so on, are watching you.
MPs will be given a month to lodge objections before full details of their controversial expenses claims are posted online for the public to examine.
The Freedom of Information Act has led to the media publishing more than 1,000 stories based on disclosures by public authorities in just two years, according to a new report.
Heather Brooke, wobbing.eu-contributor and editor of wob-blog Your Right To Know won a huge wob-victory, when she got out the information about how much taxpayer's money members of the British P
The British Information Commissioner, who is overviewing the appropriate use of the British wob, is getting tough on those authorities, who do not grant access properly, according to the Op
There are detailed guidelines by the Information Commissioner out there and lots of good pieces of advice from experienced journalists.
The European Union tried to support consumers by capping the maximum roaming costs for using mobile phones. However the British government had a close contact with large tele-companies.
The British government has announced that it will not push through its proposed changes to the FOI charging regulations.
Creative British internet developpers at MySociety.Org are working on an interactive WOBsite for Britain, tells Heather Brooke,membe