How the City of Stockholm spent €100 million creating an insecure IT school system that nobody wants to use and then tried to prevent it from being fixed by frustrated parents

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How the City of Stockholm spent €100 million creating an insecure IT school system that nobody wants to use and then tried to prevent it from being fixed by frustrated parents

April 28, 2021

In this episode I talk to Christian Landgren about Öppna Skolplattformen (open school platform) that aims to fix a broken IT system created by the City of Stockholm.

Instead of being grateful, the city decided to do everything it could to kill the project. They even filed a police report and resorted to pity tactics in order to sabotage it.