Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 10:34AM | Post a Comment |
I am currently working out the interview I had with Martin von Haller yesterday. Martin is a Danish IT-lawyer with Bender · Von Haller · Dragsted - a leading Scandinavian IT law firm.
One of the objectives of this interview was to get a current state of how Denmark adapt to open-access, open-content, open-data and open-standards. I asked him:
in light of the current Danish election, which political party did mention something about 'open' in their manifest?"
His answer was none
And still the current Prime Minister - Lars Løkke Rasmussen - makes it to today's front page of Politiken by arguing that innovation and the development of ideas should be a high priority for High School students. I know, election time is about just saying what people want to hear in order to get as many votes as possible, but perhaps this could be an important moment to introduce and include 'open' as part of the Danish innovation strategy for the 21st century