Week 2 – Bias, credibility, privacy, ethics, and access – Shuffle Q/A 2

21. Ownership is a key issue in data ethics. Who owns data?

  • The law enforcement agencies that enforce data protection laws
  • The organization that invests time and money collecting, processing, and analyzing the data
  • The individual who originally generates the data
  • The government that passes data-protection legislation

22. Which of the following are commonly used methods for anonymizing data? Select all that apply.

  • Masking
  • Hashing
  • Deleting
  • Blanking

23. An individual who provides their data has the right to know and understand all of the data-processing activities and algorithms used on that data. This concept refers to which aspect of data ethics?

  • Currency
  • Consent
  • Ownership
  • Transaction transparency

24. In data ethics, consent gives an individual the right to know the answers to which of the following questions? Select all that apply.

  • How long will my data be stored?
  • Why am I being forced to share my data?
  • How will my data be used?
  • Why is my data being collected?

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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