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Making research data 'as open as possible and as closed as necessary' - an interview with Marlon de Jong, Privacy and Data Protection Specialist (UG DCC)

17 May 2022

Open science stimulates you to share your research data openly with the world, yet sometimes access to data needs to be restricted to protect the privacy of participants. Marlon de Jong is a consultant Privacy and Data Protection at the Digital Competence Centre (UG DCC). She advises UG researchers on how to make their data ‘as open as possible and as closed as necessary’.

Last modified:17 May 2022 3.56 p.m.

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