The Responsible Data Forum, a collaboration that develops tools and strategies to help data-driven advocacy with ethical, security and privacy implications of their work, was mentioned in Zara Rahman’s talk at Datensummit 17.
The RDF defines “responsible data” as:
The duty to ensure people’s rights to consent, privacy, security and ownership around the information processes of collection, analysis, storage, presentation and reuse of data, while respecting the values of transparency and openness.
Not always an easy balance to create; hence the blog and resources on this site are really valuable. And with a little bit of appropriation equally useful for other contexts working with data, even outside advocacy.