LAPSI 2.0 conference 'The new PSI directive: what's next?'
Thursday, October 24, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Join us at the first LAPSI 2.0 conference on 'The new PSI directive: what's next?'!
The LAPSI 2.0 conference is the event of the year for anyone wanting to know about the impact of the newly adopted PSI directive. It’s the prime opportunity to connect with other PSI and open data enthusiasts and exchange ideas about the legal framework required to make the open data ecosystem work!
The conference takes place on Thursday 24 October 2013 at the premises of the Slovene Ministry of Education, in close collaboration with the Slovenian Information Commissioner, who has been at the forefront of PSI re-use development for years.
Topics on the agenda include the implementation of the directive, the inclusion of cultural institutions, open data and privacy, licensing and enforcement. Speakers include Natasa Pirc, Yvo Volman, Rolf Nordqvist, Helen Darbishire, and Zsuzsanna Belenyessy. They will be joined by other experts in the field of PSI and open data.
For more information on the final programme and logistics, see http://www.lapsi-project.eu/lapsi-20-conferences. We look forward to seeing you there!
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LAPSI 2.0 Thematic Network
LAPSI (Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information) 2.0 is a Thematic Network funded by the European Commission under the 2007-2013 Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme2007-2013.
LAPSI 2.0’s objective is to identify the remaining legal barriers and obstacles to access and re-use of public sector information (PSI) on the European content market, and to propose measures and tools to stimulate the progress of the European market towards open data. It will build on the policy recommendations made by the first LAPSI network to provide guidance and advice on how to overcome the legal obstacles hindering the development of the open data ecosystem.