Articles Tagged ‘Data privacy’

Do we need review boards for research conducted by big web companies? 14 August 2014
Privacy and big data 01 August 2014
New RSS research finds ‘data trust deficit’, with lessons for policymakers 23 July 2014
The Law Commission report on data sharing: an opportunity not to be missed 15 July 2014
EU data protection: why it’s changing and how it will affect the data you work with 07 July 2014
Data sharing has become a scary concept 23 June 2014
Big data brings big ethical concerns 17 June 2014
Privacy, big data and the public good: frameworks for engagement 09 June 2014
Privacy, big data and the public good: frameworks for engagement 09 June 2014
Social Statistics Section meeting report: Data privacy; protecting participant identities 02 June 2014
Taxing trust: What do the HMRC revelations mean for this open policy process? 01 May 2014
Society issues statement on use of personal health data 30 April 2014
Data privacy: where do people draw the line? 07 April 2014
Talking to the public about using their data is crucial 31 March 2014
The risks involved in’s anonymisation system 24 March 2014
Why aren’t more statisticians involved in data privacy? 10 March 2014
Privacy, data and statistics: time for an honest discussion 07 March 2014
Putting into context 17 February 2014
Opting out of is not the answer 04 February 2014
Edward Snowden revelations spark debate on Big Data 24 June 2013

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