Greenwood et al.: The New Deal on Data: A Framework for Institutional Controls

Dazza Greenwood, Arkadiusz Stopczynski, Brian Sweatt, Thomas Hardjono, and Alex Pentland, have published The New Deal on Data: A Framework for Institutional Controls, in Julia Lane et al. (Eds.), Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement (Cambridge University Press, 2014).

The chapter describes an approach for giving ordinary people increased control over their personal data, primarily by means of trust networks.

The chapter discusses legal informatics in connection with open Personal Data Store (openPDS), “trust network for computational law,” and UMA (User Managed Access).

Here are two resources on UMA, cited in the chapter:

Click here for an earlier post on openPDS.

HT Dazza Greenwood

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