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Knowledge graphs: trust, privacy, and transparency from a legal governance approach

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posted on 22.01.2021, 04:03 by Daniel Schwabe, Carlos Laufer, Pompeu Casanovas RomeuPompeu Casanovas Romeu
This paper presents the Knowledge Graph Usage framework, which allows the introduction of Knowledge Graph features to support Trust, Privacy, Transparency and Accountability concerns regarding the use of its contents by applications. A real-world example is presented and used to illustrate how the framework can be used. This article also shows how knowledge graphs can be linked to the elements of legal governance. Thus, it is an invitation to dialogue for legal and Law & Society scholars who might be interested in how the evolution of the web of data and computational sciences intersects with their own discipline.

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  • La Trobe Law School

Publication Date

26/12/2020

Journal

Law in Context: A Socio-Legal Journal

Volume

37

Issue

1

Article Number

126

Pagination

19p. (p. 1-19)

Publisher

La Trobe University

ISSN

1839-4183

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