White Papers and Reports
White Paper submitted to the Anatel Consultation on the Regulation of Users’ Duties. See also the comments submitted to that consultation. Read more about Are online applications users of a telecommunications service provided by their customers’ ISPs? A legal analysis
The World Economic Forum partnered with the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School and a community of policy-makers, researchers, civil society advocates, legal scholars, and industry and design practitioners to convene a set of conversations about the challenges of Notice & Consent as a norm for data collection and processing, particularly when it comes to the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Read more about Redesigning Data Privacy: Reimagining Notice & Consent for human technology interaction
ABSTRACT: Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have the capacity to do a great deal of good in the world, but whether they do so is not only dependent upon how we use those AI technologies but also how we build those AI technologies in the first place. The unfortunate truth is that personal data has become the bricks and mortar used to build many AI technologies and more must be done to protect and safeguard the humans whose personal data is being used. Read more about The Ethical Use of Personal Data to Build Artificial Intelligence Technologies: A Case Study on Remote Biometric Identity Verification
Apple and Google last week announced a joint contact tracing effort that would use Bluetooth technology to help alert people who have been in close proximity to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Similar proposals have been put forward by an MIT-associated effort called PACT as well as by multiple European groups.
Read more about Apple and Google Announced a Coronavirus Tracking System. How Worried Should We Be?