ESOMAR data protection checklist
The purpose of this document is to provide researchers, especially those working in smaller organisations that might not have extensive resources or experience in data protection requirements ,with general guidance on their responsibilities within a global data protection frame work to ensure that research participants retain control over their personal information. The specific framework used was developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This framework includes a set of eight principles for use in designing programs to ensure privacy and protect personal data: - Collection limitation - Data quality - Purpose specification - Use limitation - Security safeguards - Openness - Individual participation - Accountability. These broad principles are reflected in most existing and emerging privacy and data protection laws worldwide.
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