Many of us do not surprises. Almost all of us do not like negative surprises – from surprise parties, to car break downs, and yes, our data.
From the Blog on data privacy
The challenge comes with negative surprises. When the data we collect gets used for all kinds of things we didn’t or couldn’t imagine.
When we talk about data security, privacy, protection, what are we protecting? Securing? Keeping private? Who’s it for?
Government, organisation, and company policies change. They must. How they change can either build or erode trust. Surprising and sudden u-turns erode trust.
Sharing data between organisations can be very helpful, even be expected, but also cause harm. Here are a few considerations to work through before sharing.
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