Bottom lines — if we don’t know who are our users and how they use open data, we can’t improve and we can’t be more inclusive. We need to shed some light on this and more than the example of case studies that we have.
You might ask: “Why does Singapore require everyone to have this big piece of equipment in their car, instead of a little EZ Pass-type RFID device?” The answer is privacy: the gantry tells the IU to charge the card some amount (rather than the IU signaling the gantry your account ID), so the system only records your passage if there’s a mistake or your card is cashed. Recall that Singapore designed its ERP only a few years after privacy concerns had sunk Hong Kong’s.
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