The Locus Charter is a proposed set of common international principles to support ethical and responsible practice when using location data. "Locus" is the Latin word for "place."
Following a year of research and fieldwork, the inaugural class of EthicalGEO Fellows have presented the results of their projects at the intersection of ethics and geospatial technology.
We joined forces with the Henry Luce Foundation to build a body of knowledge surrounding the ethical implications of location technologies in the era of COVID-19 and beyond. Check out our Blue-Ribbon Panels and Leadership Spotlights to hear our expert testimony.
Providing accessible resources and information for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and innovators regarding geospatial technologies and data sources that continuously reshape our society.
What is EthicalGEO?
Leading the conversation on the ethical impacts of geospatial technology and location tracking during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, in partnership with the Henry Luce Foundation.
How easy is it for public and private sectors to send and receive your data? What are the implications of
RT @nadinesa: @MichaelRFerrari @opencholmes @EthicalGEO It’s a tech problem, a pipeline issue and not quick enough cultural changes. I feel…
Indeed. Great work by great people, & a lot of work still to be done to build diverse pipelines of
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