Field Notes, Opinion

Here’s How One Nonprofit Is Preparing for the GDPR

In this blog post from The Engine Room, Zara Rahman looks at GDPR preparation as a “spring cleaning” exercise. She explores how nonprofits can track their internal GDPR-related activities and shares examples of what to expect from constituents wanting to exercise their right to erasure (also known as “the right to be forgotten”). Rahman describes GDPR as “a promising step in the direction of taking a rights-based approach to working with data.”

In March, Rahman joined DCSL Director Lucy Bernholz and roundtable of experts to discuss responsible data, power, and the role of ethics in the tech for social good space.

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