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The role of good governance and the rule of law in building public trust in data-driven responses to public health emergencies
A citizen jury deliberation on the trustworthiness of data-driven technologies used in a public health emergency
A review of existing research on public attitudes towards location data and related ethical considerations
How privacy-enhancing technologies can exacerbate rather than ameliorate technology and data governance concerns
A partnership with Traverse, the Geospatial Commission and Sciencewise to understand public perspectives on the responsible use of location data
Launch of a joint publication with the AI Council exploring legal mechanisms that could help facilitate responsible data stewardship
Is the goal of antitrust enforcement a competitive digital economy or a different digital ecosystem?
Antitrust ferment and opportunity in digital markets
Findings from an expert workshop exploring lessons learned from data-driven initiatives that emerged in response to COVID-19.
When privacy protections are aligning at a global level, how will the UK reconcile data protection and digital protectionism?
A deep dive into US privacy legislation and implications for US-EU-UK relations
A summary of the Ada Lovelace Institute's response to the National Data Strategy consultation
Working group to explore different legal structures that support responsible management of data
Rethinking different aspects of data: narratives, practices and regulations.