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Who do you trust with your data? - RSS at the Conservative Party Conference

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Tuesday 30 September 2014, 12:30pm - 02:00pm

Location Jubilee Room, Copthorne Hotel, Birmingham

The Royal Statistical Society and Ipsos MORI will be holding events at the Conservative and Labour party conferences this year on the topic of ‘Who do you trust with your data?’ where we will explore a wide range of data trust issues in both the public and private sector. The discussions will cover topics such as the potential benefits of sharing data, public concerns about privacy, and how far ‘big data’ is an opportunity or threat for citizens. They will also look at new research by the Royal Statistical Society about public attitudes in this area.

The panel of speakers at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham will be:

Dr Sarah Wollaston, MP
Bernard Jenkin, MP
Eddie Copeland - Policy Exchange
Bobby Duffy – Ipsos MORI
Hetan Shah, Royal Statistical Society (Chair) 

The events will be open to all and there will be refreshments available. There is no need to pre-register for the events.

Organiser Name Hetan Shah

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Organising Group(s) Royal Statistical Society and Ipsos Mori