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.. I had a down payment on a house for me and my family, that my wife and I built. We had it all planned. My wife and I had been married just over a year. I would like to speak to [redacted] of the county assessor's office. I'd also like to file my 2011-2012 (not 2009-2010) property tax return... # 20. Data Verification These final patterns suggest a confirmation bias: - Online sources—like YouTube—may not tell the full story. - Examining real-world materials from the information era of massive collections could be more revealing than reviewing a website alone. - Unstructured datasets and other materials will enable new research. - The possibility of data tampering could be more prevalent than we think. The emergence of digital data and documents has added a new layer of complexity to the study of fraud in public records. The ability to share documents and data has the potential to increase collaboration and also reduce the potential for fraud. All of this data, all this information, all this collaboration, all this sharing is important for anyone who cares about government transparency or who cares about government accountability. It means that everything that happens in the world is of potential interest to anyone. We may be able to use the potential of open data to open government and thus ensure public accountability. I would like to explore one example of a potential data source that will have important implications in the future of governments and business. The example is Wikileaks. In fact, Wikileaks shows the problem of sensitive data that has been declassified, which is simply classified documents that are available in the public domain. This was the case when Wikileaks published the US diplomatic cables. In addition, in the past, companies have been subjected to embarrassing revelations. Figure 19.2a shows some of the cables released by Wikileaks. We see that the US Embassy in the Netherlands was sending cables to Washington, D.C., which are now available in the public domain. Figure 19.2. (a) Cables released by Wikileaks showing US diplomatic messages sent to and from the Netherlands. (b) The 12-digit random code for every Dutch business. Figure 19.2. (a) Cables released by Wikileaks showing US diplomatic messages sent to and from the Netherlands. (b) The 12-digit random code for every Dutch business.

 

 


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