Private sector access to public sector personal data: exploring data value and benefit sharing

Literature review for the Scottish Government: “The aim of this review is to enable the Scottish Government to explore the issues relevant to the access of public sector personal data (as defined by the European Union General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) with or by the private sector in publicly trusted ways, to unlock the public benefit of this data. This literature review will specifically enable the Scottish Government to establish whether there are

(I) models/approaches of costs/benefits/data value/benefit-sharing, and

(II) intellectual property rights or royalties schemes regarding the use of public sector personal data with or by the private sector both in the UK and internationally.

In conducting this literature review, we used an adapted systematic review, and undertook thematic analysis of the included literature to answer several questions central to the aim of this research. Such questions included:

  • Are there any models of costs and/or benefits regarding the use of public sector personal data with or by the private sector?
  • Are there any models of valuing data regarding the use of public sector personal data with or by the private sector?
  • Are there any models for benefit-sharing in respect of the use of public sector personal data with or by the private sector?
  • Are there any models in respect of the use of intellectual property rights or royalties regarding the use of public sector personal data with or by the private sector?..(More)”.

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