Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 3, September

A Technical Framework for Data Sharing
1 IntroductionData is of growing importance to our society and economy. Most literature takes a so-called push approach in which data availability will contribute to public - and private sector innovation [29]. Jetzek et.al [17] have constructed and...
Diffusion of Open Data and Crowdsourcing among Heritage Institutions: Results of a Pilot Survey in Switzerland
1 IntroductionIn recent years, more and more heritage institutions are making their data and content available under free copyright licenses, so that they can be re-used, modified and distributed by anybody for any purpose at no cost. In fact, open data...
Legal and Institutional Challenges for Opening Data across Public Sectors: Towards Common Policy Solutions
1 IntroductionThe benefits of opening up public data are hard to deny. The availability of data held by public bodies increases the transparency and accountability of the public sector and enables public participation [2], [4], [32]-[33]. It enables...
Open Traffic Data for Future Service Innovation - Addressing the Privacy Challenges of Driving Data
1 IntroductionOur economies are moving globally to the stage of a knowledge economy, where value is generated by information for societies, ecosystems, organizations, and users [10]. In the knowledge economy, development is driven by creativity and open...
Reconciling Contradictions of Open Data regarding Transparency, Privacy, Security and Trust
1 IntroductionOpen Data consists of the data that is not traceable to a person, with the aim to be reused and redistributed by everyone, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control [31], [38], [45]. In recent years, the...
Similarities of Open Data and Open Source: Impacts on Business
1 IntroductionSometimes open data and open source are seen as the opposite of commercial service provisions because they both include the word open. However, for open source, the openness of the software artifact mainly limits the traditional subscription...
Special Issue on Transparency and Open Data Policies: Guest Editors' Introduction
Literature e.g., [27], [33], [46], [56], [70] and policy reports e.g., [18], [19]-[21], [49], [50], [62] suggest that open data can be used as a tool to enhance transparency. However, several researchers have challenged the idea that the release of government...
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