The Law, Technology & Governance of Data
The Data Governance Design Conference (DGDC) convened policymakers, industry, academia, and legal practitioners to explore models, needs, and enabling environment for data governance.
The DGDC featured expert-level content, for a select audience of data governance leaders, toward establishing a practice-led research agenda that unlocks the field’s tremendous potential.
The DGDC ran three, concurrent tracks: law, technology, and governance.
Each track brought together intersectional group of experts and highlight cutting edge issues surrounding the design of effective data governance systems.
The Law track focused on the practical legal issues arising out of data governance, and particularly:
There are a significant number of fundamental questions about how to engineer technology to manage the foundational requirements of data governance, including:
The governance track focused on the emergent political science of digital spaces, focusing on: