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What connects the Public Online Information Act and the personal-information aggregation site Spokeo? They both take the ethic "Public=Online" seriously.
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This initial column on Governing in the Digital Landscape defines Gov 2.0 as "activities that regulate and utilize the digital landscape," and explains why it is essential that as many citizens as possible involve themselves in the process.
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