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From Elinor Ostrom’s design principles for governing the commons to mechanisms that ensure collective and individual data rights: what steps to take?
A look at transparency mechanisms that should be in place to enable us to scrutinise and challenge algorithmic decision-making systems
How could data stewardship help to rebalance power towards individuals and communities?
A non-personal data framework is emerging out of the Indian Data Protection Bill, what are its definitions, rationale and underlying assumptions?
Can transparency bring accountability to public-sector algorithmic decision-making (ADM) systems?
When the direction of travel is towards more extensive use of biometrics and surveillance, do we need more or less oversight?
Myths and themes to emerge from our panel discussion on data ownership at RightsCon 2020
The societal impacts of introducing a public health identity system: legal, social and ethical issues
The second in our series of events addressing the nascent ‘public health identity’ systems developing around the world.
What's the path to achieving true agency over data?
A summary of the first panel on the Ethics & Society stage at CogX 2020 - Day 1
In this long read, we highlight three issues that arise out of the European Commission’s data strategy.
Global crises provide high-stakes stress testing for societal institutions, revealing – for better or worse – the cracks in existing systems.