public data

public data

[′pəb·lik ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that are open to all users, with no security measures necessary as far as reading is concerned.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Military Friendly Employers list is developed from public data sources on veteran employment from more than 8,800 employers and data-driven surveys from participating organizations.
The other critical matter that the members of the public should note is that we now have the Data Protection law which stipulates how to collect and protect public data.
Hyp3r denied breaking Instagram's rules, essentially arguing that accessing public data on Instagram in this way is legitimate and justifiable, and saying it was confident that any issues with Instagram would be resolved shortly.
The two studies used very large, national sets of public data. "The fact that they are public data is very important because it means that independent research teams can replicate our results," said Robinson.
LONDON house prices suffered a staggering 4.4 per cent annual drop in May, their worst annual drop since the financial crisis, public data revealed yesterday.
The question that arises here is that why is public data sold to these businesses and brands without consent of subscribers.
The remaining components left only modest downside surprises for the new residential and public data for Q1 overall, and upside surprises for nonresidential construction that raised our Q1 GDP growth estimate to 3.3% from 3.2%, with a $4 B hike for nonresidential investment.
The accomplishments that Tulsa was recognized for include creating the Urban Data Pioneers program, which has recruited community members to use public data to investigate and address pressing local issues such as 911 Call Center staffing, population growth and the relationship between blight and violent crime, to name a few.
Immediately called the largest ever public data breach by volume, Collection #1 was quickly followed by Collection #2-5, which total about three times as many unique records.
This includes public data from Government websites, studies, reports and articles to deliver low, typical and high cost scenario cost of cycling values.
Summary: New Delhi [India] Feb 13 (ANI): The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, leading impact-driven advisory firm, Dalberg, and The Centre for Social and Behaviour Change at Ashoka University have launched a public data set and tool to enable better design for financial health in India.