Taking privacy considerations forward- the role of the data publisher
This session develops at the back of the Open Data & Privacy workshop held in June 2014 in London. The discussions led to the identification and prioritization of some key outputs (research & case studies, guides, policy papers, and a toolkit) whose development would contribute greatly towards the continuing work on these issues. Three of these would be discussed in this session including personal data licenses, a data publishing checklist and a talking guide for communicating on privacy and open data. This is intended to be a very participatory and interactive working session so do bring your thinking caps!
Hashtag: #opendataandprivacyThis session was co-created by the Personal Data and Privacy Open Knowledge Working Group. This session remains editorially independent as it was put together in consultation with the Programme Team following the same guidelines as for other sessions at the festival.
Coordinator, Open Data & Privacy, Open Knowledge
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