Published July 14, 2020 | Version v1
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Solidarity and Data Access: Challenges and Potentialities

  • 1. UWE Bristol


This paper provides an account of the challenges and potentialities of a solidarity-sustained approach to data access and governance. To do that, it offers an infraethical understanding of solidarity that describes it as a structural moral enabler able to sustain collective action and risk taking. The paper ends with a brief reference to health data access as a possible case study to test this approach.


Part of the conference panel 'Brave New Worlds? Ethics in Theory and Practice in Public Data Provision' (Felix Ritchie, Elizabeth Green, Francesco Tava and Stergios Aidinlis). Special Track 13 - Data Governance in the Public Interest


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