I’ve just been alerted to a new post out on Freedominfo.org has quotes of mine that are used in way that is deeply disappointing. It’s never fund to see your ideas misused to make it appear that you are against something that you deeply support.
The most disappointing misquote comes from Helen Darbishire, a European . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: On Being Misquoted – Access Info Europe and Freedominfo.org
The "Wegman Report", led by Edward Wegman of George Mason University (GMU) got criticized in 2010's Experts claim 2006 climate report plagiarized. Experts called it "obvious" even "shocking" plagiarism. GMU's incompetent handling, mistreatment of complainants and flawed rulings were mostly documented in March, but recent FOIAs expose more untruths.
Is the harsh . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: See No Evil, Speak Little Truth, Break Rules, Blame Others
George Mason University’s Edward Wegman and Yasmin Said are back in the news, having just silently disappeared as Editors of a Wiley journal in which they had authored two plagiarized articles.
But now, FOIA information shows that Wegman first misled Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) and then never released code and data he . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Ed Wegman Promised Data to Rep. Henry Waxman Six Years Ago – Where Is It?
The Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) has once again put together a fantastic report regarding water contamination near coal ash disposal sites.
Last year, the EIP released several reports showing that drinking water near coal ash disposal sites in states across America contained dangerous levels of heavy metals and other toxins, . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Coal Ash Sites Posing Increasing Dangers To Water Supplies, Public Health
In response to my post yesterday one reader sent me a very thoughtful commentary that included this line at the end:
“Rather than compare [Freedom of Information] FOI legislation and Open Gov Data as if it’s “one or the other”, do you think there’s a way of talking about how the two might converge?”
One . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Access to Information, Open Data and the Problem with Convergence