There is a movement across the country to develop animal abuser databases. Let’s start local and build up! By following animal cruelty cases as they move from the streets through the court system we can empower enforcement authorities, concerned citizens, and animal rescue organizations in their goals of increasing awareness and initiating public policy.
April 27-29, 2012, over 150 developers and designers will gather at Seattle City Hall to leverage available open data to improve the lives of Seattle residents. What should they build?
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