[ddj] DDJ ethical guide ?

Ben Parker benparkermail at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 08:19:14 UTC 2016

Hi Cedric

This comes more from a "development" and "advocacy" perspective, but the
group has some thoughtful materiel on things like anonymization of mobile
network CDRs, most recently in the context of the Ebola outbreak.



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On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 8:01 AM, Cedric Motte <newsressources at gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> as a journalist I always have some ethical issues when I'm working with
> data. I know that practices are differents depending on the laws of each
> country - for example regarding anonymization of data.
> Do you know if there is any "data journalism best practices / ethical
> guide" wich could contains the following points ? (you can add yours here
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/171DM-f4D2h41n0rITbD1TTpe8PBaiv4dij-inem0dLc/edit
>  )
> . publishing a side post that explain how you obtain the dataset and work
> on it
> . giving an access to the raw dataset
> . making peer review on the process of data manipulation
> . working with a data scientist to double check your data manipulation
> Thanks a lot,
> Cedric
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