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Last week, Monsignor Jeffrey Burrill, a top official in the Roman Catholic Church’s American hierarchy resigned after data from his …
The Locus Charter is pleased to announce support from the following organizations: the American Geographical Society (AGS), Association for Geographical …
The way people interact with their devices is changing, and protecting personal information is on a lot of people’s minds. …
Join the American Geographical Society on Wednesday, March 14 at 1 pm ET to celebrate the work and achievements of …
EthicalGEO is proud to partner with the Benchmark Initiative to launch the Locus Charter, a set of guidelines promoting the …
What are people’s opinions about COVID-19 mitigation measures harnessing sensitive location information (e.g., digital contact tracing)? How do those opinions …
January 28th marks the annual day of a global effort to generate awareness and the importance of privacy. Millions of …
The American Geographical Society is proud to announce the results of the inaugural class of EthicalGEO Fellows. Detailed below are …
On November 3rd, long before U.S. voters learned the results of the 2020 presidential election, some digital privacy advocates scored …
When I first heard about the EthicalGEO initiative, I thought of the vast range of challenges that exist within the …
Property ownership data management is one of the primary applications for a geographic information system (GIS). My first GIS job …
What gets measured gets changed The tradeoff of privacy for societal value is a false choice. We can compute useful …