The Big Data revolution has raised a myriad of ethical issues related to privacy, confidentiality, transparency and identity. Who owns all that data that you’re analyzing? Are there limits to what kinds of inferences you can make, or what decisions can be made about people based on those inferences?
Navigating the fast-paced world of data isn’t easy. So it’s important that we put a good framework in place because the consequences of a slip-up can be severe.
Andrew Fryer, a Data Evangelist at Microsoft, talks you through some common ethical scenarios. He discusses good and bad usages of data, teaching you how to tell the difference. Finally, he gives you three things you should be doing to manage data ethically in your company.