Willkommen beim MyData Weekly Digest, einer Nachrichtenseite, die sich der bestmöglichen Berichterstattung innerhalb des menschen-zentrierten Ansatzes bei der Verwaltung personenbezogener Daten widmet... mehr anzeigen >>
Willkommen beim MyData Weekly Digest, einer Nachrichtenseite, die sich der bestmöglichen Berichterstattung innerhalb des menschen-zentrierten Ansatzes bei der Verwaltung personenbezogener Daten widmet. Es enthält Informationen, die seit Juni 2019 hauptsächlich aus dem MyData Global Slack Channel (in englischer Sprache) abgerufen wurden. Beiträge und Kommentare stammen vom jeweiligen Benutzer, der mit jedem Eintrag angegeben wird. MyData ist eine Idee und eine alternative Vision für den ethischen Umgang mit personenbezogenen Daten. Es ist gleichzeitig auch eine Bewegung, eine Gemeinschaft und eine globale gemeinnützige Organisation. Lies mehr darüber hier: https://mydata.org
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This article introduces the tenets of a theory of datafication of and in the Souths. It calls for a de-Westernization of critical data studies, in view of promoting a reparation to the cognitive injustice that fails to recognize non-mainstream ways of knowing the world through data.
Data lawyer Ravi Naik warns we are entering an era where tech companies have as much power as some states.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming and improving the ways that industries like healthcare, banking, energy, and retail operate. However, there is one industry in particular that offers incredible potential for the application of AI technologies: education. The opportunities — and challenges — that the introduction of artificial intelligence could bring to higher education are significant.
In higher education, we must work not only toward providing better security around student data but also toward educating students about the need to critically evaluate how their data is used and how to participate in shaping data privacy practices and policies.
Tech platforms are where public life is increasingly constructed, and their motivations are far from neutral.
Rick Osterloh suggests house guests have the right to know smart speakers are in use before entering.
Researching the needs of our audience to understand their values in an on-demand, personalised and fully connected world.
The Guardian has spent the past three months investigating how billions are being poured into AI innovations that are explosively recasting how low-income people interact with the state. Together, our reporters in the US, Britain, India and Australia have explored what amounts to the birth of the digital welfare state.
The Support Centre for Data Sharing (SCDS) initiative focuses specifically on researching, documenting, and reporting about the data sharing practices, EU legal frameworks, and access and distribution technology that are relevant to organisations, and that imply novel models, and legal or technological challenges.
Reframing ‘my data’ to ‘data about me’ is a really helpful way to move beyond the simplistic, dualistic and dangerous notion of personal data as a monetisable resource towards a recognition of the inseparable nature of data and self. Another perspective provides this tweet that we are more impacted by other people’s data than we are by data about us. And Viivi recommended this article that explains the difference between market participation and right-based pariticpation.
Are addictive features inside digital products causing a public health problem? Is the attention economy’s model threatening our democracies and individuals’ freedom of choice? How can we measure, map and analyze the consequences of the attention economy on our society? To answer these questions, MyData Geneva hosted an event about “Problematic Internet Use”.
The Finnish State Development Company Vake launches the MyData Accelerator during autumn 2019 in collaboration with the Technology Industries of Finland. We invite companies, public organisations and others to join the Accelerator – everyone who has enthusiasm and true interest in developing a MyData service or data resources as well as user validation at the end of the accelerator period.
Niantic’s apps certainly encourage gamers to get outdoors and get active, but behind the scenes, Wizards Unite is quietly casting another spell: collecting a surprising amount of data about where you go.
We're starting a series of webinars this fall, with the aim to present different initiatives, projects and services that are contributing to MyData's mission in empowering individuals by improving their right to self-determination regarding their personal data.
The webinars will take place regularly on 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month. First one is already coming up next week on 25th Oct, and will present A New Governance's and Me2B Alliance's work on building a more trustworthy data ecosystem.
Data-driven research is rapidly becoming mainstream across different disciplines in academia and in investigative journalism. One of the key challenges researchers often struggle with is how to obtain good data.
The federal government seems increasingly likely to take action on platform giants such as Facebook and Google. Antitrust intervention has emerged as the likely focal point of such efforts.
I’m interested in the MyData Operator concept. Particularly interested in the minimum viable protocol that would be required to make person switching from one operator to another seamless. In cases where the person wants to be their own operator, will there be open source code that implements the minimum standards to support that?
Viivi started a new channel this week to get to know our leadership candidates in advance of the election. This post summarizes the questions asked and links to the respective answers on Slack:
Digi.me is involbed in My Health My Data.
Another busy week in the MyData Universe with more posters and more posts than usually so I start with a short summary of administrative updates:
- a list of MyData members was published (who agreed in their application to be listed as a member publicly)
- MyData made the first VAT (Value-Added Tax) payment to the Finnish Tax Authority
- leadership candidates for the upcoming elections are available now (Slack)
- Meetup is going to change payment plans (Slack)
- the mydata-opeators channel was created by @apoikola for developing the operator white paper and thematic group around MyData operators
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