Engineering a Common Good : Fair Use of Aggregated , Anonymized Behavioral Data

@inproceedings{Eagle2009EngineeringAC,
  title={Engineering a Common Good : Fair Use of Aggregated , Anonymized Behavioral Data},
  author={Nathan Eagle},
  year={2009}
}
This position paper makes the case that aggregate behavioral data generated by a society has the potential to be of significant public good. While this potential has been demonstrated in one-off academic research projects, to fully realize the benefits of the public good, we urgently need a set of standardized protocols for behavioral data acquisition and usage. These protocols must deal with the details associated with the de-identification process and deductive disclosure problems analogously… CONTINUE READING

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