Private lives and public policies: confidentiality and accessibility of government statistics

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National Academy Press, 1993 - Law - 274 pages
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This volume explores the seeming conflicts between privacy and data access, an issue of concern to federal statistical agencies collecting the data, research organizations using the data, and individuals providing the data. A panel of experts offers principles and specific recommendations for managing data and improving the balance between needed government use of data and the privacy of respondents.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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DATA SUBJECTS
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PRINCIPLES AND PROBLEMS
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