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4 Rs for Open Data in the time of COVID-19

Natalia Norori|

This blog was originally published on the Open Data Charter’s Medium page in August 2020 here. Natalia Norori is a Research Associate for Open Data Charter’s  ongoing project aimed to create an Open COVID-19 Data Taxonomy. Follow the Open Data Charter blog or contact them at info@opendatacharter.org to get involved with their work.

 

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