Democratic Data Governance
Contracts between service providers, users, and third parties often complicate data generation, sharing, and flows. Building democratic forms of digital sovereignty and deliberation into the system is critical for governance.
How will we enable public deliberation on data and algorithms?
Envisioning models of data governanceAditi Surana
Envisioning models of data governanceThis project is about new models of governance for distributed and decentralised services, with the intention of generalising for cross-sector use. In particular, we explore how to identify, define and manage dynamic relationships between people, communities, companies and governments to uncover where tensions may arise and explore solutions in an inclusive way.
Designing alternatives for the Terms of Service (TOS)Seda Özçetin
Designing mechanisms for public deliberation on data usePamela Gil Salas
Designing mechanisms for public deliberation on data useThis project is focused on the possibilities and mechanisms for collaborative deliberation on data collection and use in the public interest. In this project we explore how different stakeholders can be brought together in collaborative deliberation efforts, and how mechanisms can be built into either commercial or public data-driven platforms to achieve substantive deliberation outcomes in relation to shared matters of concern.