Edward J. Ungvarsky

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1631 C R E D IT : A N D R E I T C H E R N O V /I S T O C K P H O T O .C O M Disclosure of NDIS profiles would not violate any meaningful privacy interests (12). (There are easier ways to determine whether an individual has a criminal record than searching such a database, and the profiles would not be useful for medical diagnoses.) The profiles in the(More)
Putting data into the public domain is not the same thing as making those data accessible for intelligent analysis. A distinguished group of editors and experts who were already engaged in one way or another with the issues inherent in making research data public came together with statisticians to initiate a dialogue about policies and prac-ticalities of(More)
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