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  1. Protection of privacy

    Protection of privacy Information about persons who take part in research projects shall have an "adequate level of protection" ... security The nature of the data The need for protection of privacy often depends on how sensitive the information is. As we are

    /The Research Ethics Library/Topics/Data protection and responsibility concerning the individual/Protection of privacy/

  2. Solove (2008)

    Solove, D.J. Understanding Privacy, Harvard University Press, Boston, 2008.

    /The Research Ethics Library/Resources/Solove (2008)/

  3. Kent & Millett (red.) (2003)

    Kent, S.T. and L.I. Millett (Eds.). Committee on Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications, Who Goes ... Technologies and Their Privacy Implications, Who Goes There? Authentication Through the Lens of Privacy. National Research Council

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  4. Nissenbaum (2010)

    Nissenbaum (2010) Nissenbaum, Helen (2010), Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life. Stanford ... Nissenbaum (2010) Nissenbaum, Helen (2010), Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life. Stanford

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  5. Ess (2009)

    Ess (2009) Ess, Charles: "Privacy in the Electronic Global Metropolis?" Chapter 2 in Ess, Digital Media Ethics, ... Ess (2009) Ess, Charles: "Privacy in the Electronic Global Metropolis?" Chapter 2 in Ess, Digital Media Ethics, Polity Press

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  6. Protection of research subjects

    communicate their decision 11 Researchers must protect the privacy of their research subjects Openness is a fundamental standard ... time, there are areas where it is necessary to safeguard the privacy of research subjects, particularly when sensitive information

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  7. "Extremism is a research ethics minefield"

    a research ethics minefield" Are extremists as entitled to privacy as other people? How should researchers avoid helping them ... afforded to the survivors and victims of acts of terrorism, the privacy of extremists, and the risk of helping them clarify their ideology

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  8. 4. Personal data, confidentiality and anonymity

    confidentially. The material must usually be anonymised to protect privacy and to prevent harm and a severe burden on the persons being ... 13). The purpose of anonymity is to protect an individual's privacy, so that the information is treated properly and identifiable

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  9. Other relevant bodies/agencies

    The Norwegian Data Protection Authority protects the right to privacy and strives to prevent misuse of personal data. Norwegian Social ... to data gathering, data analysis, and issues of methodology, privacy and research ethics. The main objective is to improve possibilities

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  10. Biometrics

    makes the human body digitally readable (van der Ploeg 1999). Privacy Exclusion of vulnerable groups Trust Technical complexity and ... example the right to privacy and free movement. Privacy Most attempts to regulate biometric systems relate to privacy (Woodward 2008)

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  11. 5. Regard for third parties

    5. Regard for third parties Different forms of interaction on the Internet often lead to the direct or indirect collection ... handled accordingly. The research may have an impact on the privacy and close relationships of individuals who are not included

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  12. B) Respect for individuals

    preserve individual freedom and self-determination, respect privacy and family life, and safeguard against harm and unreasonable ... subjects, and when reporting and publishing research results. 6 Privacy Researchers must respect the participants' autonomy, integrity

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  13. Human biological material

    protection of the individual's self-determination, integrity and privacy. These considerations apply to varying degrees and in different ... for protection and right of control of sensitive information (privacy). It has therefore been a challenge to develop legislation

    /The Research Ethics Library/Topics/Research on human biological material/Human biological material/

  14. The Oviedo Convention

    and human rights. Consideration for the participants' safety, privacy and welfare must take precedence over the interests of science ... does not have the capacity to consent. Chapter 3 deals with privacy and the right to information. Themes related to the human genome

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  15. Definitions

    Definitions "Research" is broadly defined here, and covers research-based teaching and dissemination. ... children's right to protection (point 12), to respect individuals' privacy (point 13), to respect posthumous reputations (point 17), and

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  16. Biography

    reasonable to demand that a biography should respect personal privacy and take the individual’s standing and posthumous reputation ... take account of entails that respect for the protection of the privacy or posthumous reputation of the subject of the biography must

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  17. New anthology: Internet research ethics

    New publication: Internet research ethics March 26 our new anthology Internet Research Ethics is released. ... Internet as a data source? How many researchers secure the privacy of research subjects in a landscape where the traditions public/private

    /News/News archive/2016/New anthology: Internet research ethics/

  18. Research Ethics Checklist

    Research Ethics Checklist This list applies to all academic fields, and sums up what The National Committee ... information sufficiently anonymised in order to ensure adequate privacy protection? 4. Risk and uncertainty Will carrying out the project

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  19. Summary

    Summary Research ethics The concept of "research ethics" refers to a broad set of standards, values, ... freely given, informed consent. 11 Researchers must protect the privacy of their research subjects. Protection of animals used in research

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  20. 1. Public or private?

    1. Public or private? According to the NESH's Guidelines, researchers can in general use material from open forums ... balanced against the requirement of respect for individuals' privacy and close relationships (point 13). It may be difficult to

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  21. The Health Research Act

    medical and health research must take account of ethical and privacy factors. According to the preparatory works for the Act, ethically ... sensitive the information and the greater the incursions into privacy, the greater the benefits to society at large that must be

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  22. Declaration of Helsinki

    life, health, dignity, integrity, right to self-determination, privacy, and confidentiality of personal information of research subjects ... findings and conclusions. Privacy and Confidentiality 24. Every precaution must be taken to protect the privacy of research subjects

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  23. Quick guide to course design

    Quick guide to course design Do you teach research ethics? Here is a brief overview of relevant topics and resources ... that students learn about these related topics: Protection of privacy Duty of secrecy Regarding challenges related to duty of secrecy

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  24. The Personal Data Act

    The Personal Data Act The Personal Data Act concerns the processing of personal data that are not covered by the Health Research Act. Personal data acquired and ... protection officer. (See also Personal data, Protection of privacy and Duty of secrecy)

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  25. Declaration of Helsinki

    life, health, dignity, integrity, right to self-determination, privacy, and confidentiality of personal information of research subjects ... findings and conclusions. Privacy and Confidentiality 24. Every precaution must be taken to protect the privacy of research subjects

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