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Solving the conflicts between data owners and data exploiters through a spectrum of quasi-property models

The European Union keeps moving forward with its plans for a regulatory framework to guide the data economy development and foster data-driven innovations for further economic and societal growth.[1] The use of and access to data plays a key role in this context, and different actors can have different priorities. In particular, individuals and companies […]

Public-private data sharing from “dataveillance” to “data relevance”

Data sharing has become a common practice between public and private entities all over the world. The reasons for this are broad and varied, ranging from making more data available for data-rich scientific research to allowing law enforcement agencies to pursue criminal activities with greater precision. While data collection remains a fundamental activity, as it […]