By Kathy Frankovic
It’s not often that pre-election polls go horribly awry. If anything, pre-election polling has improved over time. In retrospect, the furor over polling in the 2015 UK election and the 2016 US race has dissipated, and many agree there wasn’t all that much wrong in the polling. The analysis and reporting may have been a different story.
By Jan Willem Knibbe
There is no denying that data, and personal data even more, holds huge value. It is power that drives the internet, and some there is a whole ecosystem of companies trading in personal data. This has inevitable lead to the question, who owns these the data?