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P.Doyle, J. Lane, J. Theeuwes, L. Zayatz (Editors) (2001). Confidentiality, disclosure, and data access: Theory and Practical Applications for Statistical Agencies. Amsterdam: North Holland.

G.Duncan, M. Elliot, J.J. Salazar (2011). Statistical Confidentiality Principles and Practice. Springer, New York.

A. Hundepool, J. Domingo-Ferrer, L. Franconi, S. Giessing, E. Schuilte  Nordholt, K. Spicer ,  P. de Wolf (2012). Statistical Disclosure Control – Wiley Series in Survey Methodology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Kieron O’Hara. (2011). Transparent Government, Not Transparent Citizens: A Report on Privacy and Transparency for the Cabinet Office. Independent transparency and privacy review. Cabinet Office. 13th September 2011.

Policy paper – Open Data White Paper: Unleashing the Potential. (2012). Cabinet Office. 28th June 2012.

Stephan Shakespeare. (2013). Shakespeare review: an independent review of public sector information. Cabinet Office and Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. May 2013.

Policy paper – Government response to Shakespeare review. (2013). Cabinet Office and Department for Business, Innovation & Skills. 14th June 2013.

Article 29 Data Protection Working Party.  (2007) Opinion on The Concept of Personal Data. 2007.

Article 29 Data Protection Working Party. (2013) Opinion on Open Data and Public Sector Information Reuse.

Bambauer. J. R.  (2011). Tragedy of the Data Commons. Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Vol 25, 2011.

Barth-Jones. D. C. (2012). The Re-identification of Governor William Weld’s Medical Information: A Critical Re-Examination of Health Data Identification Risks and Privacy Protections, Then and Now.

Bennett, C. (2013). The politics of privacy and the privacy of politics: Parties, elections and voter surveillance in Western democracies. Volume 18, number 8. 5th Aug 2013.

Birch. D. (2013). Talking bout your reputation. The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 32-35. Fall 2013.

Birkbak. A. (2013). What is public and private anyway?: a pragmatic take on privacy ad democracy.  XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 18-21. Fall 2013.

Bourne. I. (2013). Personal, pseudonymous, and anonymous data: the problem of identification. The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 27-31. Fall 2013.

Cavoukian, A. and Khaled El Emam. (2011). Dispelling the Myths Surrounding De-identification: Anonymization Remains a Strong Tool for Protecting Privacy.

Fienberg, Stephen E. (2012) “Is the Privacy of Network Data an Oxymoron?,” Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality: Vol. 4: Iss. 2, Article 1.

Khaled El Emam K, Jonker E, Arbuckle L, Malin B. (2011). A Systematic Review of Re-Identification Attacks on Health Data. PLoS ONE 6(12).

Mayer, J. and Narayanan, A. (2013). Privacy Substitutes. 66 Stanford Law Review. Online 89.

Mackey, E and Elliot. M. (2013). Understanding the Data Environment. The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 36-39. Fall 2013.

Ohm, P. (2013). Response, The Underwhelming Benefits of Big Data, 161 U. PA. L. REV. ONLINE 339 (2013).

Oswald, M. (2013). Something bad might happen: Lawyers, anonymisation and risk. The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 22-26. Fall 2013.

Polonetsky, J and Tene, O. (2013). Privacy and Big Data  – Making Ends Meet. 66 Stanford Law Review. Online 25.

Robinson, N.; Graux, H.;  Botterman, M. and Valeri, L. (2009) Review of EU Data Protection Directive: Summary. Prepared for the Information Commissioner’s Office. May 2009.

Sloan, R. H. and Warner, R. (2013).- Big Data and the “New” Privacy Trade-off .

Task, C. (2013). An Illustrated Primer in Differential privacy. The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 53-57. Fall 2013.

Zuba, M. (2013). Cynthia Dwork on differential privacy.  The ACM Magazine for Students – The Complexities of Privacy and Anonymity. Volume 20 Issue 1, Pg. 58-59. Fall 2013.

Khaled El Eman. (2013). Do we have to worry about re-identification attacks upon our health data? O’Reilly – Strata Making Data Work. Aug. 7th 2013.

Information Commissioner’s Office News and blogs 

About Anonymisation

This report considers (albeit briefly) the key issues associated with anonymisation. In particular, it outlines the role of anyone who wants or needs to share, disseminate and/or publish data. The report can be accessed here.