Members of the Privacy Tools project are developing DataTags, a suite of tools to help researchers share and use sensitive data in a standardized and responsible way.
Proper handling of human subjects data requires knowledge of relevant federal and state data privacy laws, applicable data sharing agreements, best practices for confidentiality and security, and available mechanisms for privacy protection. The goal of DataTags is to help researchers who are not legal or technical experts navigate these considerations and make informed decisions when collecting, storing, and sharing privacy-sensitive data.
This project is in collaboration with the IQSS Dataverse team. For more information, please see the FAQ below and visit DataTags.org to try the demo available.