March 17, 2017
“For too long, ‘partnership’ efforts have been far more about getting perceived ‘developing’ countries to be more like ‘developed’ countries.”
Digital policy is the realm of laws and regulations that shape and are shaped by digitization, digitalization, and digital transformation. It includes local, national, and global rules about how digital data are managed—from intellectual property law to broadband access, net neutrality and free expression to data protection, privacy, and more.
October 31, 2016
Listen to Andrew Means, Asha Curran, Mario Lugay, Micah Sifry, and Lucy Bernholz discuss #GivingTuesday, civic tech, digital data, and current and emerging trends in philanthropy. Markets for Good partnered with the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at 92Y to host a virtual roundtable discussion examining #GivingTuesday as a model for “open-source” philanthropy. […]
July 16, 2015
Talithia Williams is a statistician. She builds statistical models that study the spatial and temporal structure of data, so it’s not surprising that when advised by her doctor to induce the birth of a child that she demanded to see the data to back up his advice. In her TEDx talk, Williams makes a compelling […]
May 30, 2014
Lucy Bernholz shares forward-thinking insights into the role regulation and law must play for the development and use of data.