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Releasing government data that contain personal information may threaten privacy and related rights and interests. This article explores how these privacy interests can be respected, without unduly hampering benefits from disclosing public sector information.
Over the past two decades, open access advocates have made significant gains in securing public access to the formal outputs of scholarly communication (e.g. peer reviewed journal articles) – through a combination of public policy-making, funder mandates and changing the norms and practices of researchers...