Probability based telephone surveys must utilize a dual frame approach in order to capture the ever increasing cell phone only population. Until the day comes where it’ll be a single frame approach of only cellular numbers, researchers need to ensure they get the appropriate blend of cell only vs. dual phone users in their sampling allocations. Continue reading “County Level Cell Phone Only Estimates”
Complying with the new GDPR rules means giving panelists more access to their data
When I was growing up, just about everything my family or someone watching us needed to know would be affixed to our refrigerator with tape or magnets. This included a calendar of events, important phone numbers, report cards, receipts, images, to-do lists and more. The fridge was the central repository for upcoming events for our family.
If you wanted to see what was going on in our lives, first you needed to be invited into our home (or have a key to gain access). Only trusted friends, relatives or service providers could get in and see the refrigerator to learn what we were up to.
Just as access to the family fridge was limited, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been designed to enhance an individual’s control over their data and restrict outside access. Now, allow us to read your rights! You have the right to be informed when your data is being processed, the right to access your data and confirm its lawful processing. You have the right to be forgotten, the right to data portability, rectification, objection to direct marketing, restriction of processing personal data, and safeguards against AI related decision making. One of the primary aims of GDPR is to give an individual total control of their data, and organizations with access must comply with the demands. Continue reading “Access & Control – Just Like the Family Fridge”