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Scenario 11: Degrees of access

It may be necessary to make a resource available to different degrees in the case of different users. Examples of this are: (i) medical data containing personal information may need to be anonymised for one set of users, but not for (say) the patient’s own doctor(s); (ii) some parts of a thesis may be made available immediately, others only after a certain period has elapsed; (iii) a thesis may contain copyrighted material ...more »

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Scenario 12: User Consent to attribute release

One potential way of resolving the conflict between privacy requirements and the need to identify users is to investigate scenarios in which users are asked for their consent to the release of personal information. The DPIE2 (Developing Personalisation for the Information Environment 2) project has considered this (see below), and there are some related current and upcoming JISC ITTs: the Identity Management Toolkit ...more »

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Scenario 13: Personalisation of the user’s experience

A user’s interaction with a repository may be personalised, for example by saved searches or tailored notifications of new material. Personalisation is by no means specific to repository environments, and it is not clear that repositories raise any particular personalisation issues that do not arise in other environments. However, it is still worth mentioning in this context. Within JISC, the DPIE2 (Developing Personalisation ...more »

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