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Data sharing open policy process

The data sharing open policy process has been supporting civil society organisations, independent experts, and government departments to explore the benefits, risks, limitations and governance for sharing personal data within government.

In partnership with the Cabinet Office, Involve facilitated a diverse range of civil society groups, privacy groups and experts to collaborate with government stakeholders to jointly develop a policy paper, outlining areas of agreement, disagreement and policy options.

The details of this open policy process can be found on the Data Sharing Open Policy website, along with papers outlining the initial proposals, interim findings and conclusions.

The latest

Opening Policy, Protecting Privacy

Blog November 13, 2014 – Tim Hughes

How can government use the personal data it holds about us? How should government use the personal data it holds about us? With the rapid advancements in the ability to collect, manage, analyse, link, and share data, the gap…

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Data sharing open policy process

May 2, 2014 – Tim Hughes

This open policy process is intended to support civil society organisations, independent experts, and government departments to explore the benefits, risks, limitations and governance for sharing personal data within government. The Government is keen to explore…

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