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  • ; What crosses the line and requires privacy? A: Privacy
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  • * Approve and post a Privacy Policy. We used to have one similar to http://www.jxta.org/nonav/servlets/LegalNo
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  • ...he report concludes that openness should be promoted as a matter of public policy, in order to foster innovation and economic growth in the U.S. and world ec * ''Privacy and security of citizens’ personal data and accuracy of statistical infor
    29 KB (4,491 words) - 21:44, 7 May 2006
  • ...l be providing general trademark usage guidelines for us, a la the privacy policy, etc, etc. ...yler has some (from Nat). We are distributing to the needy as per emailed policy.
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  • ...this Wiki but Drupal might provide more comfort and/or privacy? Currently privacy is really high, only registered users may see profiles. The User pages shou Is there a policy for users and permissions in the CMS? I have added new role "admin" and pu
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  • ...g/wiki/SecureTicketsPlugin TracSecureTickets] <sub>0.1.4</sub> - The authz policy mechanism provides fine-grained permissions for tickets.</strike> '''REMOVE ** "Privacy options"
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  • April 2016, Draft Open Source Policy ...07/open-data-signals-new-direction-for-bc-government.html British Columbia Policy on Open Data]''
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  • *Add Privacy Policy Page
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  • [Thu Oct 22 2009] [08:47:29] <ticheler> privacy is not taken lightly in this respect [Thu Oct 22 2009] [08:56:31] <ticheler> default policy should be that government data is publicly available except when absolutely
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  • ...nt case has the potential for setting a precedent for -- or against -- the policy of public access and open data. ...es for exemptions to public release where the data in question may violate privacy laws or raise security concerns. OC is not claiming either of those two ex
    9 KB (1,391 words) - 14:18, 1 August 2013
  • It is hard to prove that a change in policy will achieve results until the change has taken effect. Even then other fac Digital data access also touches very new privacy issues which have raised discussion at all levels. Data is collected throug
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  • So our rotation policy is: :* Conference committee approval of this rotation policy: http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/conference_dev/2013-May/002107.html
    45 KB (7,220 words) - 14:12, 20 September 2017
  • * Getting funds "to develop a location privacy policy that is not legalese but rooted in geospatial sense" -- proposed by Seven, [20:23 UTC] Funds to develop a location privacy policy.
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  • * Privacy Policy
    4 KB (607 words) - 06:58, 13 February 2014
  • ## Build and use planning support systems for empowering planners, policy-makers and communities in exploring city scale what if scenarios of sustain ## Land use policy, environmental planning, GIS, spatial analysis, remote sensing, land use ch
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  • ...0 and builds synergies with the three goals for EU research and innovation policy: Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World [4]. ...priorities of the European Commission. These goals do not represent a new policy initiative or funding programme as such, but a way to reinforce existing pr
    15 KB (2,359 words) - 16:01, 9 June 2016
  • ...or the Department of the Interior, endorses any OSGeo product, service or policy of OSGeo. OSGeo shall not in any way state or imply that this MOU or the ...that unauthorized disclosure of which could adversely impact a person’s privacy or welfare, the conduct of Federal programs, or other programs or operation
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