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- City of Baltimore CIO Chris Tonjes is working on cleaning up the VoIP tussle around how the city handles its internal phones, which may seem trivial until you realize with the size of an organization like a big municipal government, there has been a chance at saving an estimated $700,000 in savings.
- Civic hacker Chris Whong pitched his GovSee project to the Knight News Challenge to create a Wiki of city government positions and hierarchy
- Maryland is one of 37 states getting a chunk of a $7 million settlement from Google regarding privacy claims.
- North Baltimore groups are clamoring for more diverse internet access choices.
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