Data-sharing in government: why it’s time for a new social contract

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"Contrary to many reports, China’s national-level Social Credit System does not assign people an individual score, or use advanced algorithms to decide people’s fates (at least not yet). It is better understood as a complex collection of legal agreements and simple lists joined together with people’s unique ID numbers. In their review of the system, Yu-Jie Chen, Ching-Fu Lin and Han-Wei Liu describe an ever-growing web of “memorandums of understanding” – data sharing agreements – between government agencies and a series of “red-lists” and “black-lists...”

Period22 Mar 2019

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