Human Data

Libra: the four forces driving Zuckerbucks
Libra: the four forces driving Zuckerbucks 1920 1280 StJohn Deakins

New global currencies are inevitable but is Facebook Libra the answer? It has been a busy news month for Facebook. Facebook Group (including Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram) is going through…

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Can you change your personality?
Can you change your personality? 2568 1712 Claudia Velilla

Just as most of us will express interest in changing some of our physical features that we may dislike or feel insecure about, can the same be said for our…

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Royal Society: Privacy Enhancing Technology
Royal Society: Privacy Enhancing Technology 2048 2048 StJohn Deakins

Our global digital society is rapidly changing. In the space of a decade, the concept of  “Privacy” has gone from being an essential human right, to being dismissed as an…

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Becoming digital Citizens: From survive to thrive
Becoming digital Citizens: From survive to thrive 1920 1281 StJohn Deakins

“Saving our planet” is now one of the most pressing global issues for humanity. As we progress out of the industrial era into a new era of digital knowledge, the…

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Data is Water 2: Water is abundant (oil is scarce)
Data is Water 2: Water is abundant (oil is scarce) 1065 1041 StJohn Deakins

At the end of 2017 I posted Data Is The New Water in the Huffington Post. The way that we frame our language about ‘humans and data’, our new digital…

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Personal Data, Human Data
Human Data: What it is and why it is important?
Human Data: What it is and why it is important? 1440 760 Ryan Garner

Understanding people, customers and citizens has never been more important. Our hyper-connected lives bring us closer to politics, entertainment, celebrity culture and businesses like never before. How we are influenced…

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gdpr data protection
GDPR: the phrase of 2018, we look at the data protection regulation basics
GDPR: the phrase of 2018, we look at the data protection regulation basics 1280 853 Beth Hepple

Walking through Covent Garden yesterday, while upping my daily step count, I overheard a snippet of a phone call between an exasperated businessman and what I can only assume was a…

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