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Data Democracy

What is Data Democracy?

We are in an era where communities can interact with data in ways that were impossible to imagine a few short decades ago. While there are undoubted public benefits from accumulating, federating and aggregating data, both government and private institutional data use has in recent times been highly controversial, raising important questions about access, rights and community interest in the new digital and geospatial age.


Data Democracy Documentary (13:12)

Data experts; Dr Gillian Sparkes, Professor Richard Sinnott, George Fong, Paul Box, and Associate Professor Peter Dahlhaus, discuss the key concepts of Data Democracy.




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