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Democratizing Our Data: A Manifesto

Public data are foundational to our democratic system. People need consistently high-quality information from trustworthy sources. In the new economy, wealth is generated by access to data; government's job is to democratize the data playing field. Yet data produced by the American government are getting worse and costing more. In Democratizing Our Data, Julia Lane argues that good data are essential for democracy. Her book is a wake-up call to America to fix its broken public data system.
Consider to also join the Center for Data Innovation on Friday, October 2, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT for a conversation with Julia Lane on her new book.

データの民主化:マニフェスト

公開データは、私たちの民主主義システムの基盤です。 人々は信頼できる情報源からの一貫した高品質の情報を必要としています。 新しい経済では、富はデータへのアクセスによって生成されます。 政府の仕事は、データの競争条件を民主化することです。 それでも、アメリカ政府が作成したデータは悪化し、コストが高くなっています。 データの民主化において、Julia Laneさんは、優れたデータは民主主義にとって不可欠であると主張しています。 彼女の本は、壊れた公共データシステムを見直すためのアメリカへの注意を促す警鐘です。
2020年10月2日(金)の午後12時 EDTにデータイノベーションセンターに参加して、Julia Laneさんとの新しい本についての会話を検討してください。

日本時間は10月3日(土)午前1時

「監視資本主義」を破壊する方法

Cory Doctorowさんが「監視資本主義を破壊する方法」を公開しました。
Mediumで無料で読むことができます。

How to Destroy ‘Surveillance Capitalism’

Cory Doctorow published How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism - available to read for free on Medium (109min read)

Blue Book: Privacy Design Strategies

We want to determine by ourselves which personal details we share with others, and how they are used. We don’t want everyone to know what we do or think. We don’t want our boss to know what we discuss with our friends. We don’t want our personal information to be misinterprete doutside the original context. In other words, we want some privacy please.

Regulating Industrial Internet Through IPR, Data Protection and Competition Law

This book is the result of a larger project titled ‘Future Regulation of Industrial Internet (FRII)’, a collaborative academic-industry study funded by Business Finland (former Tekes). Experts in various relevant fields of science and industry measure the legal tensions created by Industrial Internet in our global economy and propose solutions that are both theoretically valuable and concretely practical, identifying workable business models and practices based on both technical and legal knowledge.

1st Reading Club Took Place

This week the first reading club was held on Thursday and a number of interesting things were posted subsequently: @Fredrik Löfman posted an Economis article (Is Google an evil genius?) and an interesting article series on data-rights related issues. @Antti 'Jogi' Poikola proposed to read and discuss Laron Lanier, Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now next.