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Canada is behind when it comes to responding to the challenges of the data-driven economy... In a recent research paper for the Centre for International Governance Innovation, me (Natasha Tusikov) and my colleague Blayne Haggart of Brock University, looked into Brazil as part of a wider project on knowledge governance and proposed three principles, based on the Brazilian Marco Civil experience, for which Canada should model its consultation process.

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  • Natasha Tusikov is an assistant professor of criminology at York University. She is the author of Chokepoints: Global Private Regulation on the Internet (University of California Press, 2016). Her current research focuses on internet and data governance, in particular in regard to smart cities and the Internet of Things.