Code of practice on anonymisation and managing data protection risk

/ January 30, 2015

This code of practice describes the steps an organisation can take to ensure that anonymisation is conducted effectively, while retaining useful data. The code will be useful to any organisation which wants to turn personal data into anonymised information and distribute it later.

The decision-making flow-charts on page 15 are a particularly good place to start for organisations thinking about working with personal data.

Where this comes from: This code was produced by the UK Information Commissioner's Office in 2013.
Status: This resource is complete and ready for use. Have you found it useful? Let us know at @engnroom

About the contributor

Maya is an interdisciplinary technologist, researcher and improvisational electronic musician based in Berlin. In 2012, she worked with Development Seed, building websites and interactive maps. Later, she worked as a research assistant for Gabriella Coleman investigating the politics of hackers, and as a radio show host for a feminist, artist-run centre. She is now working with organizations of all sizes to influence their security culture, in addition to managing and developing new internal tech processes for a distributed organization.

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