Government looks at data shake-up

Friday, 12 January 2007, 7:06 PM EST

The way the government makes its vast amounts of data available to the public could be about to change. It has decided to make access to a database of UK laws completely free for the public to access and re-use.

It marks a "sea-change" in the way government information becomes available to the public, a senior civil servant has told the BBC News website.

At the BBC.

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