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Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (3rd ed) (PIA) provides a systematic evaluation of privacy risks associated with integrating data from a number of sources into the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).

Data integration is when two or more unit record datasets, which were originally collected for different purposes, are linked together. Data integration can lessen the burden on respondents and lower production costs, but it can also raise real and perceived privacy risks. We need to consider these when determining whether to integrate datasets.

This PIA provides a systematic evaluation of privacy and other risks associated with integrating data into the IDI, and how these risks are being managed. The PIA also summarises some of the expected benefits of the IDI.

To read the report, download or print the PDF from 'Available files' above. If you have problems viewing the files, see Opening files and PDFs.

For more information contact:

Email: access2microdata@stats.govt.nz
Phone: +64 4 931 4253
Address: Microdata Access Team, Statistics New Zealand, PO Box 2922, Wellington 6144

Citation
Statistics New Zealand (2015). Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (3rd ed). Wellington: Statistics New Zealand

ISBN 978-0-478-42935-0  (online)
Published 12 October 2015

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