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Who owns your data? (Hint: It's not you)


Who owns your data? (Hint: It's not you)

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Irene Ng and David Reynolds talk about privacy and ownership in the digital age. Learn more about the HAT project at:

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Who owns your data?

A 15 min panel discussion on the ways in which consumers will own and monetise their own data in the near future through their cell phone, car, and life’s other essential gadgets.

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Today big corporations have more granular and immediate personal data beyond that of any state. How does this impact the welfare state’s ability to harness and use data for the public good? Leading economist Mariana Mazzucato chairs a discussion with Evgeny Morozov and Isabella de Michelis to discuss the politics of data ownership.

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Zuckerberg Testimony: The Creepy Factor - Who Owns Your Data On Facebook?

Zuckerberg's done testifying to Congress. (Post at Who owns your data on Facebook? Zuckerberg disengenously implied you own it. Well, not exactly. What's creepy is how by snooping on your data, Facebook, its advertisers and even nefarious companies like Cambridge Analytica can infer a lot about you... and then attempt to use that information to persuade you. And most American's don't understand how much they are being watched when they are on Facebook, and how Facebook then sells or rents this data to its advertisers. It's not what you share that's critical; it's what Facebook can infer (and sell) about you that can be quite quite creepy.



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