Today the White House released its big data and privacy report, entitled “Big Data:  Seizing Opportunities, Preserving Values.”  The report is the result of a three-month review, which was led by White House counselor John Podesta and was first announced as part of the President’s January speech on NSA reform.  It primarily outlines the Administration’s approach to open data and privacy, public- and private-sector management of data, and a proposed policy framework for big data, along with other recommendations concerning privacy values, educational innovation, big-data discrimination, law enforcement, and public-resource data.  The White House’s announcement on the report can be found here and a fact sheet is available here.