Access to Information: Neutrality and Data | Tabakalera - Donostia / San Sebastián

Access to Information: Neutrality and Data

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From various workshops and lectures that will take place over three months, this season aims to make us reflect on how, without neutrality and objective data, it is difficult to have access to real information that allows us to understand reality and take a more proactive stance in our society.

Neutrality in the network is the principle that ensures the right of users to access any content, application or service on the Internet without the intervention of companies or governments.

The concept of open source data is a philosophy and practice that aims for certain types of data to be available free for everyone, without the restrictions of copyright, patents or other control mechanisms.