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Maude Promises More Open Data After Shakespeare Review

Tech Week Europe - The government has pledged more open data is coming, promising “detailed information” on the operations of charities and companies for citizens to sift through or for developers to turn into exciting products.

Information about how charities earn and spend their money will be available in an open data format, Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude said today. He believes apps built on the data will help people make more informed decisions on what charities to back.

The information will be released by the Charity Commission by March 2014.