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

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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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Featuring: Irene Ng and David Reynolds

Credits: University of Warwick, University of Cambridge, Surrey University, University of West England, University of Nottingham, The University of Edinburgh, Research Councils UK.

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What global trade deals are really about (hint: it's not trade) | Haley Edwards | TEDxMidAtlantic

TPP, NAFTA, GAAT, WTO -- the concepts that govern our global economy and international trade are confusing to say the least, but affect us all. And why is there so much conflict around trade deals, which became a focal point during the 2016 US Presidential election? Haley Edwards breaks down the history of trade and explains how the idea of global trade has transformed in the past decades.

Haley Edwards is an author and correspondent at TIME. Her book, Shadow Courts: The Tribunals That Rule Global Trade came out in 2016. Previously, she was an editor at the Washington Monthly and a foreign correspondent in the Middle East and the former Soviety Union, where she reported for the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, The New Republic, and other publications. She studied philosophy at Yale University and journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York.

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The Massive Data Ownership Issues Most Marketers Have Yet To Face

Do you own your social advertising data? If you’re like most marketers, you’re probably scratching your head trying to figure it out. Watch this video to learn why answering yes to this question is not only imperative for brands looking to increase transparency and performance, but 100% possible no matter how many sub-brands, teams or partners you work with.
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Who owns your data

Digital age, who owns your data, Open University study. Peter Balint
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A Title of Ownership for Your Data (explained)

You have a title for car, your house or even your boat; so why not your data. A title is the ultimate reflection of property ownership. When you own something as property, you can sell it, lease it, donate it or keep it. And if someone takes your property without your permission? You can report it stolen. This is what we mean when we say PROPERTY IS POWERFUL.

In this video, Hu-manity.co founder and CEO Richie Etwaru explains the power of property ownership of your data. Data can mean everything from consumer spending habits to geolocation information to your electronic health records and beyond. All of these data points you as a person create, and without your say, the data is sold on an open market worth an estimated $200 billion dollars annually.

The mission of Hu-manity.co is about empowering everyone in the world to embrace the 31st Human Right.

And in the process strengthening humanity.

The 31st Human Right is Everyone has the right to legal ownership of their inherent human data as property.

Learn more about the 31st Human Right at Hu-manity.co

About Hu-manity.co

Hu-manity.co is the company behind the 31st Human Right and the #My31 Movement, fighting to make your data your property.

Your data is valuable and you should be able to control how, when and if it is used. The data marketplace is growing exponentially and you should be able to participate in this new economy. Hu-manity.co uses blockchain technology to allow you to safely and securely take title of your digital property through the #My31 App.

Internet Conversations - Who owns Your Data?

Who owns your data

Scandal creates a data ownership crisis. Links in this presentation.
























Cloud Computing - Who Owns Your Data?

Who owns your data in the cloud? A message from David Carattini, President and CEO of Arizona Tech Works. Dave invites you to his FREE Executive Lunch & Learn seminar on cloud computing Thursday, August 11th at American Sports Center in Avondale, AZ. Seats are filling up quickly so register today!

Who Owns My Personal Data?

Who owns the data you publish on social media? Are Facebook and Google playing by the rules?

Internet users are unknowingly providing big tech giants with the personal data control and access they need to decide what we see online. It seems like this unfettered access to the personal data we publish is the price we are paying for receiving free social media services. Blockchain is a relatively recent and still untapped platform that transfers and records personal data, privately. While its wider use is still being discovered, could it be the disruptor needed to reign in big tech? Until then, we should protect our personal data by learning about the rights we are afforded under GDPR.

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NF - PAID MY DUES

“PAID MY DUES” by NF – the official music video.
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The Difference Between Data Privacy, Data Access and Data Property Ownership

In the debate over how to secure everyone's data, there is constant debate and confusion around privacy, access and property ownership.

In this video, founder and CEO of Hu-manity.co Richie Etwaru explains the difference and why you should care.

The mission of Hu-manity.co is about empowering everyone in the world to embrace the 31st Human Right.

And in the process strengthening humanity.

The 31st Human Right is Everyone has the right to legal ownership of their inherent human data as property.

Learn more about the 31st Human Right at Hu-manity.co

About Hu-manity.co

Hu-manity.co is the company behind the 31st Human Right and the #My31 Movement, fighting to make your data your property.

Your data is valuable and you should be able to control how, when and if it is used. The data marketplace is growing exponentially and you should be able to participate in this new economy. Hu-manity.co uses blockchain technology to allow you to safely and securely take title of your digital property through the #My31 App.

How does money laundering work? - Delena D. Spann

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Money laundering is the term for any process that “cleans” illegally obtained funds of their “dirty” criminal origins, allowing them to be used within the legal economy. And the practice is about as old as money itself. But how does it actually work? Delena D. Spann describes the ins and outs of money laundering.

Lesson by Delena D. Spann, animation by Juan M. Urbina.

Internet Of Things - Who Owns Your Data?

This video is about Internet Of Things - Who Owns Your Data

In this video, Ian Sharp (Khemeia Consulting Director and host of At The Sharp End) talks about the Internet of Things and who owns your data.

The Internet of Things will provide a whole raft of new information. We believe if data originates with us and from our devices then we should be in control of this.

We should own this data and be able to control and access this data. For example, we should be able to decide who has access to our data and whether it's sold.

These are the issues that are involved with open data / big data. For example, how will your data will be used? How will it be subverted? How will it be hacked?

If you have any ideas or thoughts on how such data should be managed, please come and talk to us.

Is Tinder Right For You? - HINT: Often It's Not

Love it or hate it, online dating, and the rise of dating apps is an increasing dating trend.

There's no doubt that Tinder is the industry leader when it comes to mobile dating apps, but is it the right platform for YOU personally?

Well, there's a good chance it might not be the best app for you to be using, and today I'm going to give you a bit of a talk through just some of the online dating options out there to help you decide which option will suit you best.


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How To Make a Decision (Hint: More Information Isn't the Answer) Best Sales Strategies for Customers

When it comes to making a decision - or helping others to make a decision - is more information what's needed? Seems like information is everywhere. Sales leaders have to understand the role that information plays in the decision-making process. Especially if you work with technology or have a complicated business model.

Because information doesn't lead to realization.

The challenge isn't with knowing how to do something, or how to make a particular choice. The challenge is the want to - and the possible repercussions once a choice has been made. How can you make it easy to do business with you? Start with where you put your attention. Because where you put your attention is where you will find your results - the decisions that work in your favor!

We all have life decisions to make, and sometimes - in your career, for example - you've gotta help others make decisions, too. Like the decision to hire you. To give you a raise. Maybe even buy your products and services, if you work in sales. For entrepreneurs, every client has to decide to work with you. Decision-making is everywhere - and it's not always easy.

In this video, find out what influences decisions. How decisions are made really looks at the role of information as you make realizations. If you want to discover something new (that's a realization) more info might not be what you need. Rarely are people uninformed about a particular topic, choice or life-decision. Once you know your options, what's stopping you?

Decisions are based on information, but only in a very small way. Realizations come from an understanding of how we (human beings) are wired. Taking in information isn't the same as making a decision. The choice you need to make might be easier than you think - especially when you stop thinking about it so much.

If you've got a tough decision ahead, you don't have to go it alone. More information here:
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Why does Data Ownership matter?

Have you ever wondered how are you going to pass on your digital assets to your next generation when you are not the owner of any of your digital assets

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Data Access vs Data Ownership Simplified

In this video, Michael DePalma (Founder, President and COO of Hu-manity.co) explains the simple difference between data access and data ownership.

The video was recorded during the PulsePoint Digital Health Forum on October 30, 2018 in Lincoln Center, New York City.

The mission of Hu-manity.co is about empowering everyone in the world to embrace the 31st Human Right.

And in the process strengthening humanity.

The 31st Human Right is Everyone has the right to legal ownership of their inherent human data as property.

Learn more about the 31st Human Right at Hu-manity.co

About Hu-manity.co

Hu-manity.co is the company behind the 31st Human Right and the #My31 Movement, fighting to make your data your property.

Your data is valuable and you should be able to control how, when and if it is used. The data marketplace is growing exponentially and you should be able to participate in this new economy. Hu-manity.co uses blockchain technology to allow you to safely and securely take title of your digital property through the #My31 App.

Own Your Data | People Power #3

By signing up with a company you hand over all your private data to this company. You are not the owner of your private information anymore.

Imagine who awesome it would be to own your data but also be able to use this on many different apps, without the fear to loose your ownership.

Follow us and watch a new Episode every two weeks on Thursday!

Learn About Online Privacy and The Value of Your Personal Data with Cybersecurity Expert John Gray

John Gray, CEO of Mentionmapp analytics, is a misinfosec analyst and cybersecurity expert. With John’s help, we dive into the complexities of the online world. Episode one of the Breakdown looks at our online data; how much we create, where it's going and, most importantly, who has access to it.

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00:35 - Data is the new oil
1:05 - How much data is collected globally per day?
1:40 - Where is our data going?
2:00 - Microtargeting
2:20 - Who wants your data?
2:44 - How much of your data is out there?
2:54 - Who owns your data?
3:07 - Who is responsible for keeping your data safe?
3:44 - What do Facebook, Airbnb, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Whatsapp, Reddit and Uber have in common?

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Stanford Seminar - The Future of Wireless Communications Hint: It's not a linear amplifier

EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar
The Future of Wireless Communications Hint: It's not a linear amplifier
Speaker: Douglas Kirkpatrick, Eridan Communications

Wireless communications are ubiquitous in the 21 st century--we use them to read the newspaper, talk to our colleagues or children, watch sporting events or other forms of entertainment, and to monitor and control the environment we live in -- among just a few. This exponentiation of demand for wireless capacity has driven a new era of innovation in this space because spectrum and energy are expensive and constrained resources.

The future of wireless communications will demand leaps in spectrum efficiency, bandwidth efficiency, and power efficiency for successful technology deployments. Key applications that will fundamentally change how we interact with wireless systems and the demands we place on wireless technologies include Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks, massive MIMO, and the evasive unicorn of the universal handset. While each of these breakthrough system capabilities make simultaneous demands of spectrum efficiency, bandwidth efficiency, and power efficiency, the current suite of legacy technologies forces system designers to make undesirable trade-offs because of the limitations of linear amplifier technology.

Eridan's solution is the antithesis of linear. The Switch Mode Mixer Modulator (SMs3 ) technology emphasizes precision and flexibility, and simultaneously delivers spectrum efficiency, bandwidth efficiency, and power efficiency. The resulting capabilities dramatically increase total wireless capacity with minimum need for expanding operations into extended regions of the wireless spectrum.

This presentation will discuss the driving forces behind wireless system performance, the physics of linear amplifiers and SM3, measured performance of SM3 systems, and the implications for wireless system capabilities in the near future.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Kirkpatrick is the co-founder and CEO of Eridan Communications, Inc., a Santa Clara based company developing transceiver products for the next generations of wireless communications -- 5G and beyond. Dr. Kirkpatrick is also a founding General Partner of InnerProduct Partners (IPP), a San Francisco based early stage VC firm, and the acting CEO of a very early stage startup in rare-earth- free permanent magnets based in Cleveland. Previous to InnerProduct Partners, from 2010-2013 he was a partner at Vantage Point Capital Partners, a large multi- stage VC firm, also based in the San Francisco Bay area.

Prior to Vantage Point Capital Partners, from 2002--2010, Dr. Kirkpatrick was a Program Manager and Chief Scientist at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). While he was at DARPA he started and managed programs that, among other things, developed and deployed the first LED flashlights, started and validated the DOD path to bio-renewable jet fuel, developed and demonstrated ultra-high efficiency solar cells, developed and demonstrated full 3d dynamic holographic displays, and developed and demonstrated portable tools for the rapid de-novo synthesis of DNA up to 10,000 base pairs long. In addition to his DARPA role he was simultaneously the Senior Technologist for Technology Productization for the Undersecretary for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics in the Department of Defense. Prior to his tour at DARPA he was the VP for R&D at Fusion Lighting, a lighting technology startup in the greater Washington DC area, and before that a VP and Division Manager for Science Applications International Corporation, also in the greater Washington DC area.

Dr. Kirkpatrick is a Fellow of the American Physics Society, a Member of the IEEE, and a Member of the Materials Research Society. Dr. Kirkpatrick holds a BS degree in Physics and Mathematics (1980) from the College of William and Mary and a Ph.D. in Physics from M.I.T. (1988).

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Support for the Stanford Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series provided by the Stanford Computer Forum.

Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series (EE380) presents the current research in design, implementation, analysis, and use of computer systems. Topics range from integrated circuits to operating systems and programming languages.

It is free and open to the public, with new lectures each week.

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