Collecting personally identifiable information including biometrics requires plans to delete it all before it gets into the hands of bad actors. It’s time to act.
From the Blog on responsible data
Numbers are not data fields in your algorithmic software. They are sons, daughters, nephews, nieces, friends, and dreams. Numbers are not sterile.
Flooding happens. As do data breaches. And we know, this happens no matter what values and ethos organisations have or aspire to.
Digital transformation decisions should never be made on cost or legality alone. Digital transformation choices should be value based and strategy based.
The ABCs of Responsible Data is a book for grownups of all ages creatively exploring the idea of responsible data in words and illustrations.
The missing pillar of portability: We can’t talk about putting the ‘beneficiaries’ at the ‘centre of all we do’ without talking about data portability.
We don’t ask if they understand why we need the information and data. And almost never do we ask ‘how’d we do’ about this part of the process.
Improving the operationalisation of responsible data practices within our projects can feel like an unattainable goal. Here are 3 options to start.
Her words were ‘I’m overwhelmed. I don’t know where to start.’ Here are the 12 steps we walked through reducing her overwhelm and taking action