Beyond Privacy & Trust: Data’s New Battleground

Written by Briana Green

Sep 16, 2014

Despite increasing invasions of privacy,  we continue to share massive amounts of our personal data online. Yet only an elite few are reaping benefits from all the data we share. Is it possible to unlock the power of data to provide everyone with greater access to its value?

Steve Jennings, a founding partner of the Nordic Data Empowerment Initiative (NordicDEi) discusses a future where open data meets social impact in the 09/15/14 Twitter #CrowdChat hosted by Crowdsourcing Week. Check out the recap below:

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Briana Green

Briana Green is the Marketing & Community Manager at Crowdsourcing Week.

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