Opinion | We may need a whole new approach to data protection
Rules set for data owners haven’t worked well for data governance. It is time for alternatives
Data is all around us in everything we do and in every object we use. In the information age, there is no person or object that does not generate data and, since we are all connected, there is nothing to stop each of us from accessing it. If there is no limit to the amount of data that exists and no additional cost to the creation of each unit of new data, it stands to reason that the value of this data should be zero.