is a politically independent ThinkDoTank based in Denmark with a European (and global) outreach. We work to promote data ethical products and services, and our approach is constructive and action-oriented.
We support knowledge exchange and creation and cooperation on a sustainable and data ethical future with individual user control at the centre.
In 2015 the infidelity site Ashley Madison was in the limelight when hackers stole their database with 37 million customers’ data and threatened to publish sensitive information – including sexual fantasies and names of well known people. The hackers finally … Read More
Data as the new power. About data monopolies with European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager and law professor Frank Pasquale. About the alternatives; Personal Data Stores, where individuals have power over their own data with two interesting start-up-cases