Canadian Researcher? 5 Elements from the Statement of Principles on Data Management You Need to Know.

On June 15th, the Government of Canada published the Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Data Management, promoting data management for federally-funded research efforts going forward. Outlining the responsibilities of individuals, institutions, funders and the research community as a whole, the statement does not lay out a standard data management program, but instead expectations on what […]

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Privacy in a Post-Brexit World

All ballots are in, and the world has changed: on June 24th, voters in the United Kingdom took part in what has been named Brexit, the referendum on the country’s membership in the European Union. With a total of 51.9% votes to leave, the fallout has been staggering: the pound dropping to it’s lowest point […]

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Want Better Returns on Your Information and Data? Call in an Expert

Most of us know the basic tenants of gardening: first you a) take a seed, b) bury it in soil, c) give it some water and then d) place in sunlight, resulting in plant growth. Likewise, the typical business user knows the basics of storing their data. First they a) find or create new record, […]

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  • Is there a Canadian equivalent to this law? Because I’m getting darned tired of the daily automation from Google Analytics. ,
  • Privacy Coalition to Congress: Don’t Dismantle Stronger State Data Privacy Laws ,
  • Sadly, not the most negligent records management story I’ve heard out there, but still frustrating. ,
  • Huge thread on location data: how companies are getting it and what they use it for. ,