The World Economic Forum published Pathways to Digital Justice report to address systemic legal and judicial gaps, and help guide law and policy efforts towards combating data-driven harms. This is particularly important with the increase in online activities and digitization of services, which – when misused – can present new types of risk. The white paper, produced in collaboration with an advisory committee consisting of experts from around the world, is intended to guide policy efforts towards combating data-driven harms. The hope is that legal and judicial systems can then evolve to embed redress mechanisms that enable the creation of a data ecosystem which protects individuals and is accountable to them. Read the World Economic Forum statement here or the report.