Panel Discussants: Perry Keller, King's College London and John Sheridan, National Archives
Chair: Dr Nora Ni Loideain, Director and Lecturer in Law, Information Law & Policy Centre, IALS
Despite the World Economic Forum (2011) report on personal data becoming an asset class the cost of transacting on personal data is becoming increasingly high with regulatory risks, societal disapproval, legal complexity and privacy concerns.
Professor Irene Ng contends that this is because personal data as an asset is currently controlled by organisations. As a co-produced asset, the person has not had the technological capability to control and process his or her own data or indeed, data in general. Hence, legal and economic structures have been created only around Organisation-controlled personal data (OPD).
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