Personal Data

2016 Workshop Digital Ethics

Agenda and Report, see pages at the right side of this page.

2013 DigEnlight Yearbook: The Value of Personal Data

By shazjameson on October 18, 2017  edit

The value of personal data has traditionally been understood in ethical terms as a safeguard for personality rights such as human dignity and privacy. However, we have entered an era where personal data are mined, traded and monetized in the process of creating added value - often in terms of free services including effi cient search, support for social networking and personalized communications. This volume investigates whether the economic value of personal data can be realized without compromising privacy, fairness and contextual integrity. It brings scholars and scientists from the…

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Secretary General Digital Enlightenment Forum

This Conference is organized by DEF, Huawei and The Parliament Magazine, in cooperation with AIOTI - the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation

The report of the conference is attached (see right side of page)

Video is available on YouTube 

An Article in "The Parliament" can be found HERE 

Introduction

Almost all technology and market forecasts agree…

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The value of personal data has traditionally been understood in ethical terms as a safeguard for personality rights such as human dignity and privacy. However, we have entered an era where personal data are mined, traded and monetized in the process of creating added value - often in terms of free services including effi cient search, support for social networking and personalized communications. This volume investigates whether the economic value of personal data can be realized without compromising privacy, fairness and contextual integrity. It brings scholars and scientists from the…

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