Activity information

Parallel session
Level 2
Room 5
11:50 - 13:20

While data can be a force for good that unlocks new knowledge, the complexity of the shifting digital ethics landscape can result in declining trust and trustworthiness. When it comes to digital privacy, we need to think far beyond traditional notions of security and consent to consider how data collection and use impacts our autonomy, power and individual agency. In the era of ever-increasing data volumes, how can we exercise our human rights and what are our responsibilities to protect our privacy? How much do we know/control about our virtual selves? In this breakout session, participants will share unique perspectives on the ethical use of data, the governance of digital trust and the concepts of responsible design and use of digital systems.