Fascinating read… “A yearlong project to capture the voices of workers facing unprecedented global change.” https://t.co/t8xejL4nj9
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 27, 2019
Technology forms part of a process of negotiations between different actors in society and their values and interests. Their radical effect in society depends on how these interests are negotiated and which values win over the other. #dataethics #aiethics https://t.co/kB557weR4x
— Gry Hasselbalch (@mediamocracy) July 26, 2019
"Human rights provide the only international, legally binding framework that can capture the multi-faceted ways in which the business model is impacting our lives and what it means to be human – and hold the companies to account." –@JoeWestby of @amnesty https://t.co/HBxzW8YyNX
— Elizabeth M. (@hackylawyER) July 26, 2019
Starting next year, new Anti-Money Laundering (#AML) #regulations will come into effect in Germany. The regulations will require #cryptocurrency businesses to hold a Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)-issued license: https://t.co/M1UITpQJKx
— EU Blockchain (@EUBlockchain) July 24, 2019
"It’s also hard to overlook the fact that a lot of privacy advocacy groups in the U.S. get funding from the same tech companies that would ostensibly be affected by government regulation of consumer data collection." –@aprilaser via @Slate https://t.co/GqIlTx3kVA
— Elizabeth M. (@hackylawyER) July 24, 2019
6/ trust has long been the grease that drives the grinding gears of capitalism.
but trust in markets, in economies, in institutions – is at an all time low. and for good reason.
a world without trust necessitates a new model.
— Meltem Demirors (@Melt_Dem) July 23, 2019
New BC Gov open source project to implement an OpenIDConnect Identity Provider using Verifiable Credentials. Hyperledger Aries are the underlying messaging and Indy for VC exchange mechanism.https://t.co/EpEz3axW0O
— Stephen Curran (@scurranC3I) July 21, 2019
I think the 'everyone hating it' part is mostly regulatory forces that are seeing FB is behind this, and they're waking up to the fact that this could be one of these global market forces that is actually powerful and audacious enough to challenge nation state sovereignty. https://t.co/KUMoHqANFB
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 21, 2019
Succinct summary of the case for and against cash:
@Suitpossum argues that those arguing against cash and for digital #fintech ‘say it damages “innovation.” What they really mean is that it hampers automation’
The Future of Cash: CQR https://t.co/Lfh6fAWwjS
— Emrys Schoemaker (@emrys_s) July 20, 2019
"Vevey has staged a once-in-a-generation celebration of its winemakers, kicking off a festival that dates back to the 18th century. The three-week Fête des Vignerons, which began in 1797, is held roughly every 20 years." #swisslife #backyardhttps://t.co/9AAXnCtA1n
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 20, 2019
What's interesting about the whole decentralised #identity thing is how many are applying it to the current paradigm of #data sharing. The whole thing will flip once we realize that algorithms are also "just data", and organizations are going to need to prove things about them.
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) July 18, 2019