Data Ethics Part 1: California and Beyond

April 2019

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Companies around the world are finding it more difficult than ever to use consumer and personal data to solely grow their business. It’s now a matter of using that data in an ethical manner, which is better known as data ethics – the most recent and emerging branch of applied ethics.
 
The first in this two-part series provides ethical guidance around data protection and privacy, and also helps to formulate the components required to implement a holistic data ethics program. We’ll also tackle strategies to minimize data, clearly defining its value, providing consumer transparency, and defining the context in which information is used (the why, where, and when).
 
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Contacts:

Sangeet Rajan
Managing Director, Governance & Compliance

Greg Reid
Managing Director, Data Privacy Leader

Todd Dietrich
Director, Governance & Compliance

Sophie Luu
Manager, Governance & Compliance

Principal, National Governance & Compliance Leader