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At least they're looking at the right things - albeit some of them the wrong way round; e.g. for #trust the key issue is #evidenced #revocation, not #informed #consent (which those who just want the data mostly ignore)...
...and it's a shame they went for the tired "#SmartData" trope, when their own analysis shows it's far more about #SmartRegulation (& #metadata).

Some #InformationalPrivity thinking might help:…

Technical platforms & frameworks can deliver things like...
...#authentication, and the immutable, transparent #AuditTrails required for #revocation (i.e. the meaningful bit of "#ConsentManagement") and #redress - for in a regulator-dependent world, as we've discovered, it's the regulator itself that's the #liability.
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Hetan's right. #Transparency alone is insufficient, and his combined proposals provide a far better framing for how to achieve #AlgorithmicAccountability.

A few thoughts:

On #piloting, or what in medicine would be called #ClinicalTrials, to check solely for #bias is missing...
...the point. #Bias is just one side-effect; trials must (in stages) test for any and all - so the general approach must attend first to #safety (including 'rights impacts'), then to #efficacy, then #effectiveness.

While I agree publishing models may be of limited use, it is...
...still important that they are - if only to establish the principle that they can be forensically analysed when something has gone wrong, not hidden behind '#CommercialConfidentiality', etc.

Publishing the #provenance of the training dataset, and assumptions, is vital however!
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Quick answer: #rights. Did the work on this well over a decade ago, before #GDPR was even a twinkle in Jan's eye.

Longer answer: '#ownership' (just like rights) doesn't get you shit if it ain't #enforceable / #enforced *in practice*. Hence all the current effort going into...
...#redress - e.g. Lloyd vs @Google, and the tsunami behind that.

But a new FIELD of law (e.g. #InformationalPrivity*) may be required, 'cos it turns out treating #people and their #relationships as #property is as bad as treating 'em as #subjects...

...not #sovereigns of their data.

(Not forgetting that - on the evidence of human behaviour, power imbalances, etc. - many, if not most, wouldn't relish or even know what to do with such sovereign #responsibility, much less be able to wield it outside a #rights framework.)
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I remember it well. I went on Morning Ireland and had the temerity to suggest the Taoiseach should intervene and ensure the inquiry was properly responded etc. I later got a call suggesting I stop being critical. I declined. Within a week, One in Four’s funding was cut. #Redress
We went public. We’re being forced to close. We put every document and all correspondence re funding into the public domain. And disclosed the phone call which suggested I pipe down. Lots of denials etc. But ultimately funding was initially restored. We could continue.
We had faced the threats down & persevered. There as a price to pay though. Lots of media briefings against me, anonymous concerns documented in files and journos encouraged to FOI. Lots of negative media briefings, and stories via one or two journalists. Very personalised stuff.
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@maeveorourke @SenLynnRuane @Donnchadhol @seansherlocktd @CharlieFlanagan @ConorUCCLaw @maireadenright @maglaundries Redress schemes can hardly be improved upon. Measures to optimise cost cutting include
@maeveorourke @SenLynnRuane @Donnchadhol @seansherlocktd @CharlieFlanagan @ConorUCCLaw @maireadenright @maglaundries 1. The introduction of closing dates for applications. Redress schemes progressed from being open (HepC/HIV) to closed in some cases. The time period was reduced from 60 days (Lourdes) to 20 days (#symphysiotomy).
@maeveorourke @SenLynnRuane @Donnchadhol @seansherlocktd @CharlieFlanagan @ConorUCCLaw @maireadenright @maglaundries 2. The introduction of exclusions
The Lourdes scheme introduced two, age (no #redress for ovariotomy if 40 or over) and doctor ID (women similarly abused by doctors other than Dr Neary were excluded from redress).
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It's a criminal offence to falsifying a legal instrument. But if the #MetPolice / #LBRUT do it, then there is not even an investigation. 12 years of silence. Evidence to prove it -

#skynews #lbc #theresamay #uk #bbcnews #coverup #c4news #worldnews #ukgov
Welcome to the #Metpolice who also changed & falsified my arrest details. Have a look at the evidence here as it's all easy to prove & that's why it's never addressed

#R4today #corruption #coverup #leadership #values #corevalues #bbcnews #skynews #itvnews
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