A group of researchers at Harvard University's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society have released a study called the "Open Data Privacy Playbook" that includes recommendations for how cities can share data without breaching citizens' privacy, the school announced in a statement."Effective data governance is a prerequisite for successful open data programs," the report states. The researchers hope their study will "codify responsible privacy-protective approaches and processes that could be adopted by cities and other government organizations that are publicly releasing data," the report adds. The playbook's chapters are themed around researchers' recommendations for data sharing, like "conduct risk-benefit analyses" and "develop operational structures."
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