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Public Dialogue on Location Data

The Geospatial Commission  have partnered with the Ada Lovelace Institute and Traverse to carry out a Sciencewise-supported public dialogue on the ethics of location data use.

Linking location data with other data about people and our shared world brings insights, opportunities, and questions. It is important that new and emerging applications take account of people’s views on privacy and other ethical considerations, so that the public can have confidence that location data will be used in trustworthy and responsible ways. The dialogue will take place over the summer and its findings will be part of the evidence that informs the development of the UK Geospatial Strategy.

This page will be updated when the dialogue commences.