Public and private roles in managing data (Part 3: Evolving roles)

Public and private roles in managing data (Part 3: Evolving roles) Phuah Eng Chye (23 May 2020) Historically, the private sector limited their role in managing personal data. Firms managed employee and customer data in relation to their business. Concerns were triggered when it was perceived firms used the data to coerce employees or when … “Public and private roles in managing data (Part 3: Evolving roles)”

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Public and private roles in managing data (Part 2: Data sharing)

Public and private roles in managing data (Part 2: Data sharing) Phuah Eng Chye (9 May 2020) “This digital Europe should reflect the best of Europe – open, fair, diverse, democratic, and confident. The EU can become a leading role model for a society empowered by data to make better decisions – in business and … “Public and private roles in managing data (Part 2: Data sharing)”

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Public and private roles in managing data (Part 1: Surveillance)

Public and private roles in managing data (Part 1: Surveillance) Phuah Eng Chye (25 April 2020) When it comes to surveillance, who should citizens worry about more, governments or corporations? In earlier decades, it seemed to be the latter. In a review of Sarah Igo’s book The known citizen: A history of privacy in modern … “Public and private roles in managing data (Part 1: Surveillance)”

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