Big data is there every time you pick up your smartphone, which can track your daily steps, where you go via geolocation, what time you wake up and go to bed, your punctuality, and even your overall health depending on which features you have enabled. Are you close with your mom; are you a sedentary couch potato; did you commit a murder (iPhone data was recently used in a German murder trial)? Smartphone-generated data can be used to label you—and not just you, your future and past generations too. – Jennifer Miller Full article available
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For what purpose was the data originally surrendered? For what purpose is the data now being used? How far removed from the original context is its new use? Is this appropriate? Consent & Choice – What are the choices given to an affected party? … Owned – Who owns the resulting insight? … Is everyone properly compensated? Access – What access to data is given to the data subject? It is in this spirit that we have asked experts from the research, medical, financial, business, legal and scientific communities to address this important topic.