Sunday, February 16, 2014

Big Data transforming U.K. Legislation Delivery

If anyone has ever tried to peruse through United States Code (the law) you can understand how difficult it is to find things and once you do to interpret the law you've found.  I can only imagine legislation is structured similarly in the U.K. where the government has set aside about half a million pounds to fund the "Big Data for Law" Project.  The idea behind the project is to transform how citizens view legislation by starting a new service, by March of 2015.  This site aims to eventually clean up the law, make it leaner and more accessible for all citizens, not just lawyers. 

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