Trust is inherently about relationships and communication between people and organisations. There are many actors interacting with a data institution who need to know whether it is trustworthy. A data institution needs to demonstrate its trustworthiness to these different people and organisations, and, in turn, needs to trust those people and organisations. The role of a data institution will differ depending on its mission; the needs of the ecosystem and community; the number of data contributors and users; the countries it operates in; and the sensitivity of the data being managed.  Some data institutions may focus their activities on governing access to data provided by data contributors. But other institutions may be more actively involved across the lifecycle, including collecting, processing, managing and transforming data. These all entail different relationships and commitments. …

Quelle / Link: Designing trustworthy data institutions

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