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How to Use AI ethically and responsibly? An Ohio State webinar series will provide some answers

By Dennis Hirsch, Faculty Director, Ohio State Program on Data and Governance | September 28, 2020 |

To succeed in a data-driven economy, companies must innovate with…

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Privacy Challenges of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises

By Martin Abrams | June 22, 2020 |

The IAF has focused on accountability that achieves fair processing…

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Jerry Jones

By Information Accountability | April 17, 2020 |

Chief Legal and Ethics Officer, Executive Vice President at LiveRamp…

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Bermuda Report on Information Accountability

By Information Accountability | March 31, 2020 |

Privacy and data protection laws are filled with concepts that…

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A Pivot (Back) to Accountability

By Peter Cullen | March 28, 2020 |

In a recent article, Sheila Colclasure, Senior Vice President and…

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IAF Releases “Advanced Data Analytic Processing – 2019 Update”

By Information Accountability | November 11, 2019 |

Posted on 11 November 2019 by Martin Abrams • 0 Comments Central to the work…

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Look to Baseball for an Example of Accountability Oversight

By Information Accountability | September 9, 2019 |

One of the ways to enhance the trustworthiness of accountability…

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Trust Deficit Acceleration Means Trust but Verify

By Information Accountability | September 5, 2019 |

Dirty diesel cars, opiates, income disparities, and institutional failures.  The…

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The Incubation of Trust Based Governance Systems Should Be Encouraged

By Peter Cullen | July 18, 2019 |

Increasingly, around the world, there is a shift in the…

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Privacy Law’s First Objective Is That Data Should Serve People – The U.S. Opportunity To Get Privacy Legislation Right

By Information Accountability | June 17, 2019 |

Laws to govern the data age are extremely hard to…

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