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    Data and Technology Ethics Inquiry Call for Evidence

    Our Data and Technology Ethics Inquiry Call for Evidence has just been launched.

    We are interested in information on education, automated vehicles, health and policing and the tradeoffs in these areas. Case studies pertaining to these areas are particularly welcome and all are welcome to submit evidence.

    Please see the Call for Evidence document for further details.

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    APGDA release briefing on online and digital identity

    The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics (APGDA), chaired by Daniel Zeichner MP, has released a policy briefing on how individuals can prove their identity online and noting key policy issues for parliamentarians to consider in terms of the existing legislation.

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    APGDA announces House of Commons Briefing on Data Protection Bill

    Ahead of the second reading of the Data Protection Bill in the House of Commons on Monday 5th March 2018, the APPG for Data Analytics has produced a full briefing for Parliamentarians.

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    Welcome to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics

    The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics is a new cross-party group established to connect Parliament with business, academia and civil society to promote better policy making on big data and data analytics. 

    There are three pillars to the group. First, what can be done to help UK business prosper, aid investment decisions and define the boundaries of competition. Second, to inform and empower the public on the collection and use of personal data, so they are willing participants in the new age. Third, to develop a world class education division to deliver a skills base to give the UK a leading role in the worldwide use and exploitation of data.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics is a cross-party group established by Daniel Zeichner MP to connect Parliament with business, academia and civil society to promote better policy making on big data and data analytics.