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Nigel Shadbolt
AI Prof, Web Scientist, Linked and Open Data Evangelist, Principal Jesus College Oxford
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Open Data Institute Nov 13
is infrastructure: our response to the UK’s National Geospatial Strategy:
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Open Data Institute Nov 12
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Mauricio Mejia Nov 12
"Entre le modèle d'internet californien et chinois, il faut construire une alternative pour un Internet ouvert, libre et sûr. Je vous propose une nouvelle méthode de travail et une gouvernance rattachée directement au SG des NU". ouvre le à Paris
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Martin Tisné Nov 12
says is proof that regulation creates user confidence. But says we need to go further on group privacy, and ID new solutions to develop real data portability.
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Jeni Tennison Nov 12
talks about the importance of to provide transparency and engage and get commitment of citizens
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Empowering people with rights to their data very much at the heart of speech - making data portability a reality with real choices
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An cogent, articulate and thoughtful speech from at - the role of the government and civic institutions in defending the public space and the challenges we face
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the fundamental importance of equity and inclusion - ensuring that our digital technology should empower not oppress - agree see
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opening asking for the participation of the widest range of talents so that we can flourish in a world of data and AI
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sums up the big themes from our discussions - in our common interests for
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sorry we didn't get a chance to chat - but good to share a collective memory or two
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Jesus College Access Nov 5
Our fantastic students and staff are busy prepping for festival of light celebrations. There is going to be beautiful, creative and light-filled joy all week 🥰 culminating with fireworks, dancing and dinner on Thursday! 🕯️
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Jeni Tennison Nov 4
Really sad to see this. Sir Jeremy Heywood advocated for transparency and open data. He once joined us at a memorable daily stand up. My thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues.
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Matt Hancock Nov 4
Yvette Cooper speaks for us all
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Gus O'Donnell Nov 4
So sad to hear of the death of Jeremy Heywood, my successor. He was a great, dedicated civil servant who worked tirelessly for his country, his political masters and his colleagues. My thoughts are with his family who have supported him so well.
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Nigel Shadbolt Nov 4
So sad to hear this - always a great supporter of and the ⁦
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electronic max Oct 29
Our journal paper, "Measuring Third-party Tracker Power across Web and Mobile" on mobile tracking has been published in ACM Transactions for Internet Technology (, , ) >
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Gus O'Donnell Oct 24
Sir Jeremy Heywood, my successor as Cabinet Secretary, is standing down. He commands respect across the political spectrum and is an inspirational civil servant. He has served many Prime Ministers with great distinction and will be missed by all his colleagues.
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Reuben Binns Oct 23
The FT have done a fantastic in-depth piece on our work on smartphone app tracking ( w/ - full paper here: )
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