Data Power

Data Power

Now approaching its third iteration, the Data Power Conference focuses on critical questions about the relationship between data and society, with conference speakers invited to address the social and cultural consequences of data’s pervasiveness in our everyday lives. With this focus on emergent ‘data relations’ (Kennedy, 2016), the Data Power Special Issue brings a different slant to the advance of datafication and algorithmic processing than is commonly seen in regular issues of OIR. Papers were selected by the full conference team for their quality, as well as their relevance to the Information Science research community who make up the majority of the OIR readership.

“Warning! You’re entering a sick zone”: the construction of risk and privacy implications of disease tracking apps,Datafication, dataveillance, and the social credit system as china’s new normal,Introduction to the Data Power Special Issue: tactics, access, and shaping,Open government for all? Co-creating digital public services for older adults through data walks,Ownership and control over publicly accessible platform data,The compliant environment: conformity, data processing and increasing inequality in UK Higher Education,The tower of Babel problem: Making data make sense with the Basic Formal Ontology,What difference do data make? Data management and social change

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