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Big Data, Privacy, and Trusted Web: What Needs to Be Done


Dirk Helbing


ETH Zürich; ETH Zürich - Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences (GESS)

Stefano Balietti


ETH Zurich

2011

This is the second part of the paper: D. Helbing and S. Balietti, From social data mining to forecasting socio-economic crises. EPJ Special Topics 195, 3-68 (2011)

Abstract:     
This perspective paper discusses challenges and risks of the information age, and the implications for the information and communication technologies that need to be built and operated. It addresses ethical and policy issues related with Big Data and how procedures for privacy-preserving data analyses can be established. It further proposes a concept for a future, self-organising and trusted Web and discusses recommended legal regulations as well as the infrastructure and institutions needed.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 33

Keywords: Digital Economy, Internet, Privacy, Trust, Reputation, Security

JEL Classification: A13, D18, J70, O30


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Date posted: September 8, 2013  

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Helbing, Dirk and Balietti, Stefano, Big Data, Privacy, and Trusted Web: What Needs to Be Done (2011). This is the second part of the paper: D. Helbing and S. Balietti, From social data mining to forecasting socio-economic crises. EPJ Special Topics 195, 3-68 (2011). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2322082

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Dirk Helbing (Contact Author)
ETH Zürich ( email )
Zürichbergstrasse 18
8092 Zurich, CH-1015
Switzerland
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich - Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences (GESS) ( email )
ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
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Zurich, 8092
Switzerland
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Stefano Balietti
ETH Zurich ( email )
CER-ETH Center of Economic Research at ETH Zurich
ZUE F7
Zurich, 8092
Switzerland
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