عنوان مقاله [English]
At present, the production of data related to individuals, companies, and especially the data of citizens and its use, is growing rapidly. Today more than ever on the Internet, travel, leisure, business, and in almost every aspect of daily life, we leave a digital footprint, and this data provides great potential value to consumers, companies, government and security organizations. In the digital age, it is easy to use a wide range of citizens' data and information for broader purposes and subjects that were not anticipated in the past. Unforeseen events in the future, such as the outbreak of Corona, can also have a profound impact on the use and sharing of citizens' data and change public attitudes towards the issue. In the present research, with the statistical community including experts related to the subject and 12 statistical samples, while using the scenario method, four future scenarios about citizen data systems are presented, which express global norms, business models, international laws and governments' approaches to Citizens' data can be developed and made significant changes. In some scenarios, there is convergence in data governance, and data moves more freely around the world. In others, governments take more divergent and often more restrictive approaches, and data is increasingly localized; Therefore, in the atmosphere of future uncertainty, while recognizing that international cooperation is inevitable, national data management is also vital, and we must take the path that best ensures national security and the interests of our country.
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