The new Data Act is a key pillar of the EU's data strategy, aiming to boost its economic competitiveness, while protecting citizens' rights and privacy
Despite the introduction of the Right to Information Act, India still faces bottlenecks with data sharing. Find out how e-Sahamathi could be game-changing.
Alongside the launch of a new report on the subject, experts discussed the power of data intermediaries to achieve trusted human-technology interaction.
Companies will need to institutionalize data at a human level, meet the rise new challenges and promote a data-driven economy to deliver change for good.
Due to the data divide, data is predominantly used to create commercial value, rather than to solve pressing problems such as climate change and global inequality.
Cybersecurity advice has been the same for years - create better passwords to protect your security online. So why are passwords like 'qwerty' still so common?
A majority of users are realising that companies are benefitting more from their data than they do. This means consent management needs to be changed.
MIT Economics professor Daron Acemoğlu explains the need for greater regulation of current AI technologies to protect us from adverse social consequences.
Enabling equitable access to the data economy means adherence to the core principles of integrity, inclusivity and interoperability.
A critical first step in articulating the size and scope of the problem of digital access to justice
A new World Economic Forum paper proposes a fresh approach to data governance in the field of elderly care that can improve wellness outcomes for the aged.
Most people are unaware of how much data they are voluntarily sharing. That's why we need a global approach to tackle cyber security and data protection.
It's time to start thinking about data, and our relationship to it, in a new way. Here, 12 leaders in this field share their ideas around positive change.
Views about data privacy vary depending on where people live, including what protective actions individuals can take. What's needed is meaningful consent.
Much of the technology necessary to enable consent and trust in data marketplaces currently exists and is scalable but opportunities remain to innovate.