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Daily Dashboard | NSF issues $3M grant to support data ethics research Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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Data & Society announced that the National Science Foundation has awarded a $3 million grant to fund the Pervasive Data Ethics for Computational Research, a four-year project out of the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. Katie Shilton, associate professor and primary investigator on the grant, explains the multidisciplinary team of PERVADE looks to “reveal ethical practices and norms to guide those who utilize big data and to inform policymaking and regulation.” PERVADE will specifically examine “how people experience the reuse of their personal data; what social factors influence people’s willingness to share their data; how and when consent should be given; and how consumers’ concerns can be shared with data system designers and big data researchers.”
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