Meta, Alphabet and Amazona are some of the largest most powerful firms in the global economy. Their size and value, and the wealth of their founders raise serious concerns for distributive justice. To address these concerns as well as the threats these firms pose to political liberties, perhaps we need to change how data is ‘owned’. This presentation will focus on a proposed solution for the ownership of personal data which is based on the principles underpinning the Rawlsian political economy of Property-Owning Democracy.