Addressing privacy and security in digital development involves careful consideration of what data is collected and how data is acquired, used, stored, and shared. Organizations must take measures to minimize collection and protect confidential information and identities of individuals represented in data sets from unauthorized access and manipulation by third parties. This guide highlights privacy and security measures for social impact organizations to consider at each stage of a project.
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