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Information can provide unique insights to improve welfare, drive business innovation, and help countries navigate crises, such as the COVID-19 global pandemic. Unfortunately, the underlying data that are used to create information and insight, can also be breached, or misused, and require significant resources to manage efficiently and securely. Privacy enhancing technologies are a promising set of tools, techniques, and systems that can help keep data secure and private while still leveraging them to create value.
The Role of Individuals in the Data Ecosystem: Current debates and considerations for individual data protection and data rights in the U.S.
We are living in a time of immense technological change, driven in part by our ability to capture data, convert it into new information, and use that information to inform decision-making, automate activities, and develop new products and services. This paper examines the complexity of data as a policy area in the U.S. and offers data rights and data protection concepts for consideration and further refinement.