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The Post-pandemic Future of Trust in Digital Governance | Centre for International Governance Innovation

By Teresa Scassa
August 13, 2020

Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, “trust” was a key concept for governments as they asked citizens to make a leap of faith into an increasingly digital and data-driven society. Canada’s Digital Charter was billed as a tool for “building a foundation of trust.” Australia’s Data & Digital Council issued Trust Principles. Trust was a key theme in “Strengthening Digital Government,” a statement from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Yet, in spite of this focus on trust, a 2017 study suggested disturbingly low levels of citizen trust in government’s handling of their data in the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia.

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Source: The Post-pandemic Future of Trust in Digital Governance | Centre for International Governance Innovation

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