This will be a panel discussion that reframes the central role of data to society and examines duty of care in an era where we need to enable responsible data use globally. For societies to flourish in the 21st century, government, civil society, and industry will need to invest in the appropriate use, maintenance and regulation of data while remaining committed to maximizing the societal benefit and protecting fundamental rights. The panel will examine current and future norms around the use of data globally and how policy, technical innovation and operational controls can protect the trusted free flow of data in health care, trade and government access while protecting privacy and human rights.
• What are current norms concerning the use of data globally?
• What are possible future norms concerning the use of data globally?
• How can policy appropriately protect the trusted free flow of data?
• How can technical and operational controls appropriately protect the trusted free flow of data?