OKF DE Office
Wednesday 16th July, 6 – 8pm
Please sign up on Eventbrite here as numbers are limited.
Join us for an informal discussion around data cooperatives. From personal data co-operatives, through to organisation-level collaboration, there is a lot of interest around the notion of a data cooperative. Whilst the idea of member-owned organisations and open data seems logical, a number of interesting discussion points arise:
Models: How do the varied models of cooperative ownership fit to data?
Simplicity: Can one model fit all data?
Transparency: How can a cooperative that is steered by its membership along ethical grounds also be considered open?
Representation: Do individuals have enough control over their data to enable third party organisations such as a cooperative, to represent their data?
Negotiation: How can cooperative members balance control over their data with use by third parties?
Governance: How would you create an efficient system of governance that respected the wishes of all members?
Open Data Manchester will be hosting an informal discussion around these issues in a fringe meeting at OK Festival in Berlin on Wednesday 16th July at 6pm 3rd Floor Singerstraße 109, 10179 Berlin. https://goo.gl/maps/q4Gvj
The meeting will is a precursor to a larger event around cooperatives and data to be hosted in Manchester, UK at the end of October
Annmarie Naylor – Common Futures
Julian Tait – Open Data Manchester