There's a good deal of attention being paid, especially tomorrow, to Europe's new data privacy laws. These laws are important for protecting individual rights and freedoms in the present age. Yet the same data we collectively seek to protect also has a myriad of benefits to individuals, organizations and society. Dr. Goggins is the leader of the “Global Consent Manager” project, which helps people to identify trusted websites to share their data with, and also a researcher who builds tools to identify patterns of computer mediated human behavior. His projects include a serious game called "Mission Hydro Sci” where he builds and analyzes student logs to predict who will struggle with scientific concepts. His serious games tools enable teachers to focus on helping students navigate frustrations with learning in the moments when they face choices to either continue to struggle and, ultimately learn, or give up in a science class. His other projects include an open source software health metrics project, in the Linux Foundation Working Group, "CHAOSS", which uses source code changes, mailing lists, and discussion forums from open source software projects to indicate different types of project health. Among those are indicators of a project's effective cultivation of diversity and inclusion among contributors. Candidly, most open source projects remain overwhelmingly dominated by men. Analysis of your data may be an agent for the culture changes many seek. But this is enormously difficult, but the process begins with making project health along a number of dimensions visible.