The Hong Kong Open Data Index is a project initiated by the Internet Society Hong Kong Chapter to assess and monitor the progress of releasing public data in Hong Kong against international standards.
Built on 19 sets of established open data principles and assessment tools at international and regional levels, the Index and its assessment results are aimed to reveal achievements and identify challenges in Hong Kong, and introduce international best practices to the city.
[Mingpao Op-ed] The myth of open data policies in Hong Kong (Chinese only)
Hong Kong newspaper Mingpao published an op-ed by Benjamin Zhou, researcher of the Hong Kong Data Index, revealing a lack data governance policy in the city
[HK01] Data: oil in the new age but of little interest in Hong Kong? (Chinese only)
HK01 published a series of indepth reports based interviews with two HKODI team member—Ho Wa Wong and Benjamin Zhou—looking into data governance in Hong Kong
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