Involving the Public in Robust and Trustworthy Data Sharing
Author: Lizzie Adams & Simon Burall
‘Involving the Public in Robust and Trustworthy Data Sharing’ is a summary of the next stage of work within Data for Public Benefit project.
This short report further explores the value of a data sharing framework and how to ensure the public voice remains the central driving force within data-sharing arrangements.
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