Freedom of information: What do you know? - The Economist

Freedom of information: What do you know?

Freedom of information: What do you know? - The Economist
Freedom of information: What do you know?
Published Sep 11, 2004
892 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Why nobody wants to talk about the Freedom of Information Act THIRTY years after Labour first promised it, the Freedom of Information Act finally comes into force on January 1st. Most other democracies already have such laws, but obsession...

  
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