17 Conference Report #techonomy17

Should Data Ownership be a Civil Right?

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  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Monday, November 6, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Panelists during the data ownership session -- from left, moderator Katie Benner of The New York Times, Sabrina Ross of Uber, Scripps Translational Science Institute's Dr. Eric Topol, Marta Tellado of Consumer Reports, and Nicolai Publishing's Christiane zu Salm Photo: Paul Sakuma Photography

Speaker

Sabrina Ross
Legal Director -- Privacy and Consumer Protection, Uber

Marta Tellado
President and Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Reports

Eric Topol
Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute

Christiane zu Salm
Publisher, Nicolai Publishing & Intelligence

Moderator

Katie Benner
Reporter, The New York Times


Session Description: Every time we engage with a connected device, we’re generating data and value. More often than not that value does not accrue to ourselves. As data becomes the most valuable asset we have, why don’t we have ownership or control? Could we make it happen?