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Data Trusts: Group Privacy as Control?
The final Debating Data webinar this term will take place on Zoom next Wednesday 15 March from 1pm-2pm UTC.
Joe Massey is a Senior Researcher at the Open Data Institute. He specialises on topics of data stewardship and participatory data, and leads on research for the data institutions programme at the ODI.
Kieron O’Hara is an Emeritus Fellow in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton. His book The Seven Veils of Privacy: How Debates About Privacy Conceal its Nature will be published in 2023 by Manchester University Press.
Law and Technologies webinar series
Watch past webinar recordings from HeLEX (the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies at Oxford).
The International Health Regulations Strengthening Programme launches knowledge hub with The Global Health Network
This dedicated knowledge hub shares learning from the programme on preventing, detecting and responding to public health emergencies through our triple mandate of building technical capabilities... Read more
A framework for the promotion of ethical benefit sharing in health research
This framework, with examples, is intended as a practical tool to assist research stakeholders with identifying opportunities for benefit sharing, and inculcating intentional benefit sharing in their research programmes from inception. www.pha4ge.org Read more
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