2016-2017 Privacy Practitioner-in-Residence

Mark Van Hollebeke

Mark Van Hollebeke is a privacy professional at Microsoft. A former philosophy professor specializing in ethics, pragmatism, and social and political philosophy, his recent work at Microsoft centers on articulating the norms and ethical guidance required to design data-driven services in a principled manner. At Data & Society, he will work to broaden existing IT industry privacy practices to include moral inquiry about the nature of data use, as well as finding practical ways to interject ethical reflection into the data-analytics design process.

All Work

  • blog post
    D&S practitioner-in-residence Mark Van Hollebeke discusses Weapons of Math Destruction in this Points piece. "O’Neil’s analysis doesn’t just apply to mathematical models; it applies to societal models. Most of the WMDs t... Read on Points
    October 2016