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Hacking Digital Ethics
James Felton Keith is joined by author of the forthcoming "Hacking Digital Ethics" on Anthem Press, David J. Krieger: Author at Institute for Communication and Leadership in Lucerne, Switzerland
Data For The Culture
James Felton Keith is joined by Carlton Mackey: Director of Emory University’s Ethics & The Arts Program | Social Influencer & Founder of Black Men Smile, as well as. Christopher Hearn: Community Engagement Manager of Streamlytics to talk about the digitization of Black cultural data.
What are Data Dividends & Data Unions
A Conversation about the structure of both Data Union and Data Dividends from the people making them happen.
[Tech] Shiv Malik: Head of Growth at Streamr Network
[Policy] Matt Prewitt, President RadicalxChange
[Litigation] Enoch Liang: CEO, Data Dividend Project
Centering Racial Equity Throughout Data Integration
A conversatiopn about activism working to modify governmental use of tech & data.
Dr. Amy Hawn Nelson, University of Pennsylvania
Tawana Petty: Director, Data Justice Program at Detroit Community Technology Project | Co-Lead Our Data Bodies.
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About Personal Data Day
Personal Data Day is an international initiative to expand the conversation on data privacy and raise awareness about the data that individuals contribute to our productivity.
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You can get involved at home, at work and in your community. Take action, help create a culture of awareness about the value of your personal data to every individual and institution that you interact with. This is not about privacy, it's about value.
This year’s Personal Data Day efforts will be highlighting why the economic value of data matters.
The Data Union provides free, nonproprietary personal data value awareness and education resources to help you spread the word about how you'll need to #OwnYourData.
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Personal data is minded refined and distributed via people's digital contribution.
We need to explore personal data beyond the existing privacy conversation.
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