What makes datafication (legally) wrongful?
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This AI for Health invites Salomé Viljoen, Assistant Professor of Law at Michigan Law School to discuss the kinds of legal interests people have in social data. He argues that datafying social life is not wrong as an interpersonal act (rendering people legible) but in virtue of the social facts it reveals and reifies: the constitution and enactment of social groupness in subordinating ways. This has important implications for understanding how the SDGs implicate people’s rights in datafication, suggesting that data governance not only has a role in defining the negative liberty rights people have against certain forms of surveillance, but that people also have a positive social right to demand representation in digital infrastructures to apprehend social problems and facilitate the resources needed to address them.
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