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According to the survey 85% of Austrians are aware of an access to information law, even though that law barely exists, compared with 63% of Swedes, which has a well-established law; the Swedish number is credible, the Austrian data is simply now. Similarly, that 44% of Italians or 30% of the French are “aware” of their access to information laws seems improbable, given the chronic underuse of the law in those countries. Even if we were talking about data protection laws I don’t think the numbers work.
Access Info Europe – Design of WJP Open Gov Index Skews Results

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