Data sovereignty has gained much recent attention, whilst interpreted in varied ways. MyData Global describes in this blog post what to make of data sovereignty when taking a human-centric approach to personal data.
Marko Turpeinen from 1001 Lakes shares insights about the Rulebook model – a planning and development tool for data sharing, developed through Sitra’s fair data economy program. The Rulebook model and MyData for Cities approach was used to explore potential new services, as part of MyData Global’s Human-Centric Companies and Cities (H3C) project.
This blog post considers the fundamental question of whether data monetisation as we know it leads towards more fairness, more sustainability, and more prosperity for all. As this is a complex and often polarising issue, it must be discussed with patience, diligence, and determination. MyData Global has not yet reached a position on the topic. In this piece, we share our considerations and questions, and hope to inspire you to join this important deliberation.
MyData Global is a politically independent and non-committed organisation. This essay is the personal opinion of Viivi Lähteenoja, currently serving as the chair of the board but whose views below do not necessarily reflect those of all other elected officials or members of MyData Global.
Information is power, says MyData 2022 keynote speaker and a Pulitzer Prize-winning tech journalist, Julia Angwin: “Never before has so much information been collected about human behaviour. We have to decide how to place limits on the use of this power.” At the same time, it is also in the interest of the companies to act […]
The MyData movement is stronger than ever. An expanding and connected global membership is changing the game for the personal data economy by promoting the human-centric principles for personal data management and sharing. As MyData Global pushes new boundaries, it is adopting an updated visual identity that reflects its diversity and forward-looking agenda.