Excessive data mining ends open access to land registry

Published: 25. 05. 2021

Free, open access to the Czech Republic's land registry will end as of June 1 when the public resource will be fully available only to registered users. Critics of the move see this as an anti-progressive move that pushes the dream of digitalized e-government further into an unclear future. The lawyer Petr Novotný has gone further, claiming the decision is illegal and goes against the constitution, and against the very principles of a democratic nation based on the rule of law.

"Access to information is one of the basic principles of a democratic, legal state," he said . . .



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