Snippet - A risky business... or is it? The benefits of publishing sensitive data in a snapshot

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Snippet - A risky business... or is it? The benefits of publishing sensitive data in a snapshot
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Prof Michael Martin (ANU) talks about risk versus benefit of sharing sensitive data
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it really does change the beneficence equation I mean when most research is
done initially you're going out to gather data there is risk to your
participants you've got to be able to put your hand on your heart and say the benefits of my research is such that
this risk is it's appropriate and that's a central plank of the decisions around
ethical conduct once the date has been desensitized and what you're essentially
doing is you're breaking the link between participants and data and
therefore it will no longer be the case under any conditions that someone can go
knock on the participants door and go I know what you did last summer because
that link is just no longer present and so the risk essentially disappeared and that's a really massive benefit when you come to the beneficence question because it's all benefit and no risk and this is one of the reasons why I sharing data is something that the National statement says is a good thing because the National statement is all about balancing risk against benefit
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