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Sarah Gold
Founder & CEO working on trust, understanding & accountability to build a better, more ethical information society. My tweets delete over time.
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IF 11h
Tomorrow marks one year since came into force. So, what’s been the impact so far…? People are more aware of how companies use data. At the start of this year, 57% of people said they would boycott companies that break GDPR rules. - THREAD
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Sarah Gold 7h
Congratulations! Fab news 🥳
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zeynep tufekci May 20
For , I wrote about the deeper meaning of the "right-to-repair" connected devices: we increasingly live in a tenant society without clear rights. With a nod to McLuhan, machine intelligence functions as extension of corporate and government power.
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Sarah Gold May 20
Great to see 's work on new smart-phone form and gestures in & love the slick images (However, I didn't love the # of pop-ups I had to dismiss on the Fast Company site. Eugh!)
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Sarah Grant May 16
It's here! The call for proposals is now open for Radical Networks! Looking forward to seeing what y'all submit this year 🤩
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Rachel Coldicutt May 17
📯 is hiring! 📯 We need a Commercial Director to increase our financial resilience and lead uptake of our products and services for responsible innovators. £65-75k + bonus. Central London. Flexi working welcomed. Closes 14 June.
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Rachel Coldicutt May 17
We’re also on the hunt for 3 trustees to join the board, working alongside our amazing founder - particularly ppl with senior experience of technology leadership; marketing and comms; charitable fundraising. Tell your friends!
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Sarah Gold May 15
Congratulations! That’s so exciting.
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Sarah Gold May 15
Thank you Rachel
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Sarah Gold May 15
Thank you Chris 🙂
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Sarah Gold May 15
Replying to @EinsteinsAttic
Thank you Phil 😊
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Sarah Gold May 15
Replying to @sarahdrinkwater
This has made me smile this morning. When I started working in privacy *so many* people would tell me that it’s too late or whatever. So much is still to play for 😀
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Sarah Gold May 14
Replying to @psd @projectsbyif
Thank you Paul 🙌
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Sarah Gold May 14
*2nd post on the anatomy of a trustworthy service* about how to design permissions that give people agency over how data about them is collected and used. ​ I've written a list of best practices from our work . ​
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IF May 14
Permissions are an important part of designing services people can trust. has written a list of examples of best practices for permissions that bring to life some of the hard problems around data, privacy and design.
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Sarah Gold May 14
Agree, those are good. No woz Janet. Turns out my best pal’s Mum is an orchid-grower-extraordinaire so I’ve learnt a lot this past year 🙃
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Sarah Gold May 14
Agree on the south facing window, & rinse the bark under the tap rather than ‘watering’ like a soil based plant. I have never succeeded with orchids either until 1 that I was given (as an unwanted gift!) and it’s flowered non stop for over 12 months 😱
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Georgina Voss May 13
I had the pleasure to work with several years ago, and she was carving out such astonishing work around chronic illness and care. This is truly horrifying and utterly inhumane behaviour from this government.
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Sarah Gold May 13
Replying to @gsvoss @bhaesa
There’s a petition too: I’m so deeply shocked by this. sending my love
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Martin Mangler May 13
To everyone who wants to help - I started a petition for to be able to stay in the UK. Sign, retweet and share! Thank you! Home Office: Grant Bhavani Esapathi a visa so she can live - Sign the Petition! via
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