Data has become an imperative component of business, from operational decision-making to artificial intelligence product development. However, amid ethics scandals and near-constant privacy concerns, corporations and researchers are questioning long-accepted data harvesting and research practices. “The reason we think the ethical review process is critical is there’s a wide range of testing and collecting that’s falling in the gap,” Future of Privacy Forum CEO Jules Polonetsky said. Meanwhile, attempts to establish internal ethics review bodies are subject to intense scrutiny. RedTail's Kate Kaye writes about increased calls for corporate data research ethics reviews in this piece for Privacy Tech.
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