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On Taking Back Your Data

Kaliya Hamlin, or Kaliya Identity Woman, as she’s known, is a driving, entrepreneurial force for a new kind of ethical data economy: One that puts control of our personal information back into the individual’s hands. Join Fast Company reporter Sydney Brownstone as she chats live with Kaliya on Friday, February 7th at 1pm Eastern.

Over the last decade, the Big Data economy has shaped bits and pieces of our personal identities into powerful, traded commodities in a multi-billion dollar online market. But as we increasingly rely on virtual interactions for banking, healthcare, and employment, how will our commercialized digital ghosts come back to haunt us?

Kaliya Hamlin, or Kaliya Identity Woman, as she’s known, is a driving, entrepreneurial force for a new kind of ethical data economy: one that puts control of our personal information back into the individual’s hands.
Kaliya runs the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium, a network of companies and innovators focused on making ethical data use good for business.

Join us on Friday, February 7th at 1pm (ET) for a live Q&A with Kaliya -- you can start submitting your questions using the "Make a comment" box below.

Be sure to read Sydney Brownstone's recent piece in our World Changing Ideas issue: Your Data Is Yours, But Can You Take It Back?
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