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Design principles for a new data infrastructure

So far in this series, we have explained 1) that the biggest, most important issue about personal data is the one least talked about: the structural flaw at the heart of our system whereby individuals cannot gather, store or use their data for their own purposes, and 2) that to address this structural flaw we need [...]

The need for a new personal data infrastructure

In our last blog we argued that the core issue with personal data today is not a matter of ‘policy’ (the policies and practices organisations adopt when they collect and use personal data) but a structural issue which requires a structural solution. Under today’s status quo, the only entities collecting and using personal data are large organisations. This is highly [...]

A Framework for the Future of Aviation and Trust

Aviation is changing drastically and a trust framework between airports, airlines and governments may be the hallmark of that change. With number of people traveling set to almost double from the expected 4 billion this year to 7.8 by 2036, the airport operations and passenger facilitation that we know today will cease to exist. To meet [...]

Setting a Comfort Zone For Privacy in the Internet of Things: The Smart Thermostat Use Case

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper explores smart thermostats as an instance of the Internet of Things (IoT), a system of connecting once-isolated things, with a focus on how IoT can offer new benefits to individuals. The focus on individual benefits of IoT is prompted by recognition that the perception and reality of such [...]