Data

Who’s responsible for building trust with personal data?

5 Jan , 2017  

Building trust with data

As the age-old saying goes, knowledge is power. The continued relevance of this morsel of wisdom seems to underpin at least part of the growing unease at the amount of data that corporate – and especially internet – giants hold about us, their users. It is healthy, many wonder, for so much personal data to […]

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Data

Three Lessons on City Data Analytics from Mike Flowers

29 Jun , 2016  

Mike Flowers London Office of Data Analytics

I’ve previously written about plans by the GLA’s Andrew Collinge and Nesta to run a pilot for a London Office of Data Analytics, inspired by the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics (MODA) in New York City. Last week saw significant progress when 15 London boroughs came together for a workshop with the GLA to select […]

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Tech Policy

We need to talk about data

2 Oct , 2014  

Citizen trust on data - Eddie Copeland

“Who do you trust with your data?” This question certainly proved to be a dominant discussion point at several Conservative Party Conference fringe events this year. The answer (at least according to research and polling published by the Royal Statistical Society and IpsosMORI) is sadly: not many organisations. Few in either the public or private […]

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