A human-centered approach to personal data management would mean to give the control over personal data to individuals, by demanding privacy through design and default from platform businesses.
The data privacy paradox is that although individuals are concerned over sharing their personal data online, they engage in data disclosing behaviors all the time. It is relevant to consider whether and how regulation can solve – or has already emerged to solve this paradox.
The question is tackled by Julia Zhang, who is a researcher in the Legitimation of newness and its impact on EU agenda for change (LNETN) project in the Innovative Training Networks of EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
Please take a look on Julia’s blog on the matter here.