Join CDT and Georgetown’s Massive Data Institute for a conversation on how government data can be publicly shared in a responsible manner.
Date: Thu, December 15, 2022
Time: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM EST
Government-held data could add value to policy analyses and service delivery if it were made available to wider communities. Recognizing that the public release of government data carries certain risks, particularly with respect to privacy and equity, there are growing calls to improve secure and effective data access.
This webinar discusses recommendations for opening up government data, establishing a National Secure Data Service, and implementing privacy preserving technologies, drawing on reports published by the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT), the Advisory Committee on Data for Evidence Building (ACDEB), and Georgetown University’s Massive Data Institute (MDI).
Hannah Quay-de la Vallee of CDT and and Stefaan Verhulst of GovLab, as well as Amy O’Hara and Stephanie Straus of MDI, will facilitate a conversation exploring these issues. We hope to see you there.
You can watch the livestream of the event on CDT’s YouTube page: https://youtu.be/XaQIjYQy9WY
Questions: We will be accepting questions for speakers before and during the discussion. You can submit them via email at [email protected] or via Twitter at #cdtquestions and @CenDemTech. For those joining via computer, you will be able to share your questions by using the chat.
Accessibility: If you have access needs or questions, please contact [email protected] in advance of the event.