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Public Policy Considerations for Data-Driven Innovation

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Jess Hemerly ; Google

To achieve the maximum benefits from data-driven innovation, policymakers must take into account the possibility that regulation could preclude economic and societal benefits. The proposed framework for policy discussions examines three main areas of policy interest: privacy and security, ownership and transfer, and infrastructure and data civics. The Web extra at http://youtu.be/8GzGcM0aud8 is a video in which author Jess Hemerly expands on her article "Public Policy Considerations for Data-Driven Innovation," in which she discusses how regulation could preclude some of the economic and societal benefits of data-driven innovation.

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Computer  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 6 )