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New guidelines aim to help businesses and public bodies comply with data protection legislation, while aiding ‘the open data agenda’.

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  1. In his prologue to the code of practice, Christopher Graham, the Information Commissioner, said his office “has been a strong supporter of the open data agenda and has played its part in ensuring that all sorts of valuable data has been made available through the Freedom of Information Act 2000.” http://www.itpro.co.uk/644296/ico-issues-code-of-practice-on-anonymising-personal-data

    “Finding out about the performance of a public authority, for example, inevitably involves finding out about the performance of its staff.

    “We want openness, but we want privacy too. That is why the subject matter of this code of practice – anonymisation – is so important,” Graham added.

    “Ensuring that data is properly anonymised, and not just masked can be very difficult to achieve in practice,” said Treacy.

    “Organisations often are uncertain about the legal basis for the anonymisation process itself, and whether [it] might constitute personal data. The code deals with both of these issues.”

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