Salinger Privacy looks at balancing gender data collection with privacy and why gender is essential in assessing privacy risks. Privacy harms disproportionately impact those of a marginalized or vulnerable group, including women. “Collecting accurate gender data in order to ensure a policy, program, or product is designed in a way that meets the needs and experiences of people across all genders is really important. But it always needs to be balanced against the right to privacy, including consideration when it is necessary and proportionate to know someone’s gender,” the post said.
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