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== Read First ==
 
== Read First ==
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* Some survey variables allow identification of individual respondents. This is called Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
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* It is the responsibility of researchers to make sure this data is safely stored and that
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* PII must be saved in encrypted folders and removed from data sets as soon as possible in the project
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* No PII can ever be publicly released without explicit consent
  
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==Personally Identifiable Information ==
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==Guidelines==
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===Folder Encryption===
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===De-identification===
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===Anonymous IDs===
  
== Guidelines ==
 
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Revision as of 22:57, 15 November 2017

Read First

  • Some survey variables allow identification of individual respondents. This is called Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • It is the responsibility of researchers to make sure this data is safely stored and that
  • PII must be saved in encrypted folders and removed from data sets as soon as possible in the project
  • No PII can ever be publicly released without explicit consent

Personally Identifiable Information

Guidelines

Folder Encryption

De-identification

Anonymous IDs

Back to Parent

This article is part of the topic Data Analysis


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