With COP26 taking place this week, governments, companies, and individuals are discussing how we can all reduce our carbon emissions. The task is monumental, and technology has an important role to play – both in reducing its own carbon footprint and in helping the wider world track and reduce their emissions. This blog post gives a few examples from MyData Global’s supporting companies and organisations that are helping people improve their sustainability.
FinEst Centre for Smart Cities is an Estonian-Finnish collaboration and MyData was part of a 2020 challenge. It has now been shortlisted as one of five project to move forward: Citizen Data Roaming.
We’ve newly released the State of MyData 2021 publication which presents a snapshot of the pathway towards human-centric approach to personal data, highlighting the journey of interoperability, human-centered #design and #cities as key pioneers for MyData as key themes of 2021.
The City of Helsinki has adopted MyData principles as it attempts to become the most functional digital city on the planet through proactive digital services.
Towards interconnected and human-centric data intermediaries: MyData Global response to Data Governance Act on February 8th 2021.
MyData Global organisation is 2 years old and regardless of the exceptional circumstances, we have made significant progress towards our vision! Read more about the achievements from the blog post by our amazing general manager Teemu Ropponen.
Check out our fresh new MyData Global BRAND VIDEO - please share it to your networks with a call-to-action join us on December at the MyData Online 2020 Conference!
Huge amount of white papers, researches and conferences had been conveying the same message that protecting personal data is important.
This genius idea of asking you to pay with your data in person makes it really "personal"!
A new English version of the MyData white paper was published! The last white paper in English was released 5years ago, and it was about time to package all the everevolving MyData's thinking and doing into a new paper.
Congratulations to everybody who contributed to this work, and thank you Viivi Lähteenoja and the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland for making this happen.
If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors or on the Steering Committee, please visit mydata.org/elections to submit your application! Please keep in mind that the application form will close on September 20!
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