We are very pleased to announce that the paper 'Data protection for the common good: Developing a framework for a data protection-focused data commons' has now appeared in the journal Data and Policy. The paper was lead authored by soon-to-be CRISP PhD graduate Janis Wong. It addresses how existing data stewardship frameworks may limit the potential for everyday citizens to become more involved with the protection of their data. It questions how citizens may be able to co-create data protection solutions to redress the power imbalance between data subjects and data controllers. It finds that a commons based approach, in which stakeholders of different backgrounds support commons implementation, is effective in this respect. Congratulations Janis on the publication.