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Four videos, eight experiences and a common goal: to achieve a digital city for the people. “The digital revolution must serve the many and not just the few.” Francesca Bria, the Barcelona City Council Commissioner for Digital Technology and Innovation. 

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“Technology and data need to serve the people. They should give back financial and democratic control.” – Francesca Bria, Barcelona City Council's Commissioner for Digital Technology and Innovation.

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The latest issue of the magazine Barcelona Metròpolis is out now, and is dedicated to the digital city and the round table discussion “Digitalisation in the city: how are data generated and who controls them?”, which took place at Ca l’Alier as part of Mobile Week.

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The City Alliance to Protect Digital Rights is presented at the Smart City Expo World Congress.

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On Friday 26 October, a meeting was held in London to champion digital rights in our cities.
It was organised by the Mozilla Foundation at the Royal Society of Arts, as part of a festival Mozilla was holding in London calle MozFest.

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Barcelona’s city model is presented at the Fab City Summit in Paris.

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Esta nueva Medida de Gobierno define la Estrategia de Datos del Ayuntamiento desarrollada en el marco del Plan de Transformación Digital.

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Barcelona Open Data Challenge is an educational pilot scheme designed to get teenagers using the Open Data BCN portal, the City Council’s main website offering public data about the city.

Daus de fusta amb lletres que formen la paraula "data".
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The portal has 366 published datasets in its catalogue and the number of pages visited has increased exponentially. For the first time, the website makes it possible to consult a dataset concerning incidents, complaints, suggestions, consultations and acknowledgement expressed by Barcelona residents.

Inauguration of the European encounter on digital social innovation.
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Barcelona gets DECODE under way, a project for managing people’s digital identity via collaborative platforms which the city will lead and coordinate with a dozen European partners.

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Barcelona City Council and ESADE have organized an event entitled “Data Driven Cities”, to discuss Barcelona's future as a data-driven city.

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Barcelona City Council has presented the main objectives of the 2017-2020 Barcelona Digital City Plan to promote technological sovereignty for citizens, foster a more plural digital economy and make a new urban innovation model possible, through clear public and citizen leadership.

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