Latest posts by Linda Raftree (see all)
- Microwork and Impact Sourcing: Can they help resolve youth unemployment? - Mar. 13, 2017
- Responsible Data Case Studies - Feb. 06, 2017
- Insights on using ICTs in equity-focused evaluation - Nov. 03, 2016
- Rethinking Informed Consent in the Digital Age - Nov. 02, 2016
This post was written with input from Maliha Khan, Independent Consultant; Emily Tomkys, Oxfam GB; Siobhan Green, Sonjara and Zara Rahman, The Engine Room. A friend reminded me earlier this month at the MERL Tech Conference that a few years ago when we brought up the need for greater attention to privacy, security and ethics when using ICTs and digital data in humanitarian and development contexts, people pointed us to Tor, encryption and specialized apps. “No, no, that’s not what we mean!” we kept saying. “This is bigger. It needs to be holistic.
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Developing and operationalizing Responsible Data Policies