RDA/NISO Privacy Implications of Research Data Sets IG

IG

Group details

Chair(s): 
Todd Carpenter, Bonnie Tijerina, Libby Bishop, Freyja Vandenboom
Secretariat Liaison: 
Timea Biro
TAB Liaison: 
Ingrid Dillo
Case Statement: 
 

This IG starter out as a Working Group, to explore issues related to scientific research data sets that contains human subject information, as well as related datasets that have the potential to be combined in a way that can expose private information. The goal of the group is to develop a framework for how researchers and repositories should appropriately manage human-subject datasets, to develop a metadata set to describe the privacy-related aspects of research datasets, and to build awareness of the privacy implications of research data sharing. While privacy is related to the ethical, legal and data publishing issues surrounding data management of which privacy is a part, this working group is focused specifically on privacy-related concerns.

After submitting their Case Statement, the group decided to become an Interest Group, to enable even broader discussion.

Recent Activity

28 Mar 2017

GoToMeeting connection info Re: [rdaniso-privacy] Agenda for IG meeting at P9, Barcelona

Dear IG members,
We are looking forward to our meeting at P9 next week! For those of you who can’t be there in person, here is the GoToMeeting connection information. Our meeting is 16:00 in Barcelona on Wednesday 5 April. I’ve set up a few cities at https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20170405T14000... to check your local time.
CONNECTION INFORMATION:

09 Mar 2017

Re: RDA/NISO Data Privacy IG News: Merging of Frameworks/Policy and Practice task groups

Hello RDA/NISO Privacy Implications of Research Data Sets IG Members:
We’ve merged the Frameworks/Policy and Practice task groups and created the
new Policy Frameworks to Practice Task Group with the following outputs:
A. Collection of Value Statements and Codes of Ethics
B. Personas
C. Resources for Stakeholders
You can view more details on our aims and outputs and you can add your name
to help out here

05 Mar 2017

Useful self-assessment toolkit for safeguarding privacy in academic research

Hi All,
For those interested in safeguarding privacy in academic research, my
colleague Marlon Domingus from Erasmus University Rotterdam put together
this toolkit for guidance and self-assessment:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/capability-maturity-model-safeguarding-pr...
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This is particularly relevant for European Universities getting ready for
the new EC GDPR.

07 Feb 2017

Relevant report from the US Government on combing data and protecting privacy

Of relevant interest to our Interest Group:
Innovations in Federal Statistics: 
Combining Data Sources While Protecting Privacy (2017)
Contributors
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education ; Committee on National Statistics ; Panel on Improving Federal Statistics for Policy and Social Science Research Using Multiple Data Sources and State-of-the-Art Estimation Methods; Robert M. Groves and Brian A. Harris-Kojetin, Editors
Description

01 Feb 2017

RDA/NISO Data Privacy IG News: Merging of Frameworks/Policy and Practice task groups

Dear All,
On Tuesday 24 January, the RDA/NISO Privacy IG Chairs and Co-Chairs of
Frameworks/Policy and Practice task groups discussed the potential overlap
between the two task groups.
It has been decided that *the two task groups (Frameworks/Policy and
Practice) will merge into a single group: Policy Frameworks to Practice*.
There are several reasons for this decision:
- No risk of duplication efforts/work.
- The currently defined outputs from the Frameworks and Policy task

11 Jan 2017

Policy and practice task group - catch up call today at 3pm

Hi All,
Just a quick reminder that the Policy and Practice task group has a catch up
call today at 3pm. We're meeting via google hangouts:
https://hangouts.google.com/call/mnfimhb36benvcr2ynpvflt2uie
Agenda:
1. Discuss the potential overlap with the Frameworks task group (their
outputs document:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KVMa-vj9O0wzX2rQAh4L0-SENEu5wJEAwZK4...