Data philanthropy is a kind of strategic partnership between private and public sector in which private companies donate data as a valuable resource for public benefit, i.e. for humanitarian, corporate, human rights, and academic use. 
However, there are numerous challenges to be mastered, such as competing tensions on data control and ownership, personal data protection and the lack of adequate frameworks for coordination and governance. 
 Kirkpatrick, R. (2013), A new type of philanthropy: donating data, https://hbr.org/2013/03/a-new-type-of-philanthropy-don, retrieved February 12, 2018.
 Taddeo, M. (2017), Data Philanthropy and Individual Rights, Minds and Machines, 27(1), 1-5.
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