Published in: HomeThe largest personal data leakage in Brazilian history
Why the rest of the world should be worried, and think hard about how to create a data protection culture.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionBreaking up the tech giants won’t be enough to rein in their power
We must recode the way that platforms operate – and in whose interests.
Published in: ourNHSUnder pressure, UK government releases NHS COVID data deals with big tech
Hours before openDemocracy was due to sue, government releases massive data-sharing contracts with Amazon,...
Published in: openJusticePrice and prejudice: automated decision-making and the UK government (podcast)
We spoke to lawyer Cori Crider about why automated decision-making in government is a major challenge of our time.
Published in: openJustice: InvestigationPrice and prejudice: automated decision-making and the UK government
The use of automated decision-making in UK public services is on the rise. Do not be fooled by the cloak of...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionIn a new world order driven by AI, we need to rewrite the rules of data capitalism
In the scramble for AI-led development, what would global algorithmic justice look like?
Published in: digitaLibertiesLand rights, bushfires and indigenous rights online
"I believe indigenous peoples can teach us a lot about the power of resilience, alongside lessons on how to save...
Published in: openDemocracyUKFacebook buffeted by storms, but can the scrutiny help prevent dark influence on the coming UK election?
UK lawmakers have been slow to act on Facebook’s influence on our democracy, though more outspoken when it comes to...