Juhani has more than 30 years of experience in the development of different information systems. A Master of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration and a host of international certificates complement his experience. The central objective of information systems architecture is what motivates him – saving the world from unproductive tinkering.
Juhani was the information systems architect of Sitra’s Isaacus project enhancing the secondary use of well-being data in Finland and creating the operating model for the new data provider Findata.
Data and Human Rights: Striving for Meaningful Transparency and a Fair Data Economy
In this session, the angles of transparency and accountability to the use of data are looked at from the angle of human agency, human rights and freedom online. We’ll examine solutions and showcase best practices from the different countries and sectors. The session will initiate a discussion within the Freedom Online Coalition on the practices for personal data gathering, processing and sharing, contributing to positioning data as a more central issue to the work of FOC in the future. It will also consider some of the barriers that exist for meaningful transparency from companies and governments alike, as well as potential solutions.