A broad survey of the data literature that summarizes five different ways to think about data trusts:
A data trust as a repeatable framework of terms and mechanisms.
A data trust as a mutual organisation.
A data trust as a legal structure.
A data trust as a store of data.
A data trust as public oversight of data access.
Special project at the ODI around how to increase access to data while retaining trust. Article revolves around four key areas when thinking about a data trust.
Applying the legal trust concept to data
The motives of a data trust can be both good and bad
Protecting against poor uses of data and supporting good ones
Nesta, a global innovation foundation focused on solving the big challenges of our time. The following are a few blogs around the issues of data, privacy and innovation.
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