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How do you go about your crowdsourcing? technologies and techniques How do we adress the fact that we don't have a personal relationship with the data subject? Has crowdsourced data outlive its time? How do you protect crowdsourced data? Any legal frameworks that address consent issues? What do you do when informed consent might put people in danger? Can you transform non-consent data in a way to make it ethically usable? How best can we incentivize participation? in data collection Do ebola patients have the right to privacy? Do we always need consent in data collection? How do I have orgs seed sought consent? What is an acceptable threshold of "informed" for informed consent to have happened? How can orgs augment, with respect to consent, ongoing comms communities already have? How to establish reliability of a data source Do we (data collectors) have an obligation to make use of the data, to benefit contributors?
Does technological divide affect crowdsourcing? How do you ringfence the use of collected data - open data is a nice idea, but is it ethical? Is crowdsourced data viable? Any best practice recommended? Legal definitions of consent Is encryption responsible way to protect users of problems? Do we need consent in taking photos in a conference, or open environment? Is consent relevant when data is anonymized? How to move "informed" consent from "all or nothing" How to think about different forms of consent that is acceptable Is civic education a human right? What can we learn from cryptographers in verification/anonymity balance? Is there an obligation to close the feedback loop once you have crowdsourced info?
How does mode of communication (interview, phone, SMS) bias the information you get? If content is public, does that imply consent? Can a source consent to the use of their data if they do not know how it can be used? How safe is online data storage? What are the legal rules around data/consent? What crowdsourcing risks have orgs encountered? If you use personal connections to get data that should be public, what are the ethical issues around it? How do we define responsible? What to do when consent is not given, but data is needed? Is consent required if I take a photo and blur the face? Should responsible data sharing be taught in schools? How can transparency counteract false/hacked accounts? What do you do when there is no help/resource available to participants i.e. no health services in region in W africa for ebola?
Is there an avenue through which we can track devices for at-risk populations responsibly? How do we do consent for bulk/crowdsourced data? What do you need to tell people if you are crowdsourcing data, i.e. do you need to tell them it could be used for different purposes? How can we ensure responsible data collection through crowdsourcing? In absence of laws, how far should we go? How can we reduce risk in Disaster in Kenya through responsible data? Is consent strictly to prevent harm, or is it broader? Quoting data sources, especially data that is not public (ex.hospital data) Does intended use of data change when we need consent? How much certainty must you have to know what "informed" consent is? How do orgs here define, understand crowdsourcing? Can crowdsourced data be extrapolated?
How is consent addressed for data mined, say online? If you collect data for one purpose can it be used for other purposes? After consent, who owns the data, researcher or subject? How do we know the legal obligations when collecting data How can we make participation less risky? Can we compromise consent for the greater good? Must we always have consent to proceed with getting information? Are there alternative channels of seeking consent? How to get collective consent How to determine the relevance of crowdsourced data? What is the positional accuracy of crowdsourced data?
How do I balance and weight sourced data in relation to human rights? How do researchers and subjects protect themselves? In the absence of data protection laws, what should we use to determine how to proceed? How do you access risk/harm if you use data without consent? Is it okay to trade personal data to provide a service that is essential to others? i.e. Google What does consent mean in crowdsourcing? Is there such a thing as implicit informed consent? Accuracy and integrity of data
Are orgnaizations and journalists crowdsourcing info? WHat guides orgs' crowdsourcing activities? How have crowdsourcing risks been addressed? Is it a researcher's responsibility to protect open data if it could be dangerous? When is verbal consent sufficient? What is informed consent? Authenticity
Should bloggers be licensed too? Is it ok to mislead in order to minimize risk? How is consent manifested via implication? How are subjects informed? Can we use crowds to verify data?
Data sourcing policy? How can we ensure content creators on social media are being responsible/ethical? Are there sets of data where participation itself indicates consent? Do participants realy understand informed consent? How do you check? Cloud computing is a trending technology globally. How are we going to enhance security in the cloud?
What percentage of Kenyans contribute to the legislative process? Who decides the ethics of data collection?
Do we need consent in layman terms? How do you ethically balance the need for verifiable information versus anonymity which can provide safety?
Do we have a data protection act in Kenya? Is ethics subjective and/or geographical?
Should journalist be licensed, just like doctors and lawyers? Can I ethically opt out of being a data subject when we need the crowd info to make smart society decisions?