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Anonymisation and the Five Safes

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OFBW30 - New Approaches to Anonymisation

Agencies and organisations around the world are increasingly seeking to realise the value embodied in their growing data holdings, including by making data available for research and policy analysis. While care is being taken to protect confidentiality in such data releases, there have been some high profile instances of access to some publicly-released data being terminated due to re-identifications or risks of re-identification.   In the face of current drivers such as amazing expansion in data use scenarios, as well as growing public concern for privacy, there is a critical need for increased sophistication in planning and describing confidentiality protection. One such approach is the Five Safes framework.

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