Secondary use of research data in the EU: Complex institutional approach

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Authors

HARAŠTA Jakub MYŠKA Matěj

Year of publication 2017
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Trends and Communities of Legal Informatics IRIS 2017 Proceedings of the 20th International Legal Informatics Symposion
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Faculty of Law

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Field Law sciences
Keywords personal data protection; research data; secondary use; anonymization
Description Open access to research data is a growing trend, especially in the case of publicly funded research. Secondary use of personal data might be however legally challenging, especially when processing of personal data is involved. In this short paper, we deal with two issues namely use of open-ended and vague consent forms by researchers and the static perception of anonymization. To overcome these problems, we theorize a complex institutional approach employing various means to provide the needed legal certainty for secondary use of research data.
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