After releasing an earlier draft in May, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) has published the final version of its White Paper on business-to-government (B2G) data sharing. The final version incorporates feedback and expands its list of recommended practices. The white paper addresses the increasing trend of localities requesting private sector data sharing, which is not related to law enforcement or national security matters. Among the recommendations, the White Paper calls for the public sector to adopt accountability measures in order to advance responsible data-sharing practices between the two sectors, strengthening the public’s confidence in data-driven initiatives. CIPL has also created a one-page resource, 15 Steps to Accountable Data-Sharing Practices, for businesses to share with local governments seeking access to private sector data.
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