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.
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24th March 2022, Hong Kong -- Internet Society Hong Kong (ISOC HK) launched the new “Hong Kong Open Data Index (HKODI) 2021/22 Assessment Report” online
(2022 年 3 月 24 日 — 香港)香港互聯網協會 (Internet Society Hong Kong) 舉行網上記者會,發布了《香港開放數據指數 (HKODI) 2021/22 評估報告》,為協會對香港開放數據發展的第二份評估報告。
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Internet Society Hong Kong (ISOC HK) organized “Data For People” Press Conference to release the survey results of “Hong Kong People’s view on Open Data”. Convener of ISOC HK’s Open Data Committee Wong Ho Wa (Left), Director of ISOC HK Ben Cheng and Researcher of “Hong Kong Open Data Index” Benjamin Zhou showed press the survey reports.
Internet Society Hong Kong published the first “Hong Kong Open Data Index 2019/20 Assessment Report” last year, evaluating public data in Hong Kong.
《香港開放數據指數》計劃進入新階段,協會委託香港民意研究 所(民研)實施調查,在報告基礎上,進一步了解香港市民對開放數據的評價、需求及期待。
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