Irene Ng (Dataswift CEO and HATLAB Director), as well as, Jon Crowcroft (Dataswift advisory board chair), also responded on behalf of the Alan Turing Institute.
HATLAB Response to Smart Data: Putting consumers in control of their data and enabling innovation HAT personal data accounts: App-issued, user-owned technology infrastructure
The DROPS Project responded to the United Nation Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner’s Committee on the Rights of the Child. The committee will be drafting a General Comment on children’s rights in relation to the digital environment.
The Digital Person
: the State of the Art and Science, A White Paper from the 2nd Wolfson / HAT International Symposium on the Digital Person
This paper sets out 11 principles of the HAT data ownership model as the basis for the legal, economic and technical engineering of personal data rights for individuals
HAT Community Foundation, HATDeX, HATLAB and HAT Accelerator respond to the government consultation on the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Publication from TESCON project
The Market for Person-controlled personal data
Professor Glenn Parry talks about the DROPS project
The Digital Person symposium is an annual event that discusses personal data from three perspectives: technology, markets and freedoms
The latest HAT Video created by HATDeX