Sidewalk Labs promises not to control data collected in Quayside’s public spaces | The Star

Sidewalk Labs is promising it won’t control data collected in the public spaces of a “smart city” proposed for Toronto’s waterfront — and says it wants to see a public trust created to take charge of such data.

Amid a growing controversy over data collection, control and privacy, Manhattan-based Sidewalk Labs Monday released its 41-page Digital Governance Proposals, a draft report it hopes will quell concerns pertaining to a proposed 12-acre technology-driven neighbourhood on a parcel of land in the Queens Quay and Parliament St. area called Quayside.

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