Scientists Are Debating Whether Animals Have a Right to Privacy - Motherboard

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-06-06

Summary:

"Scientific data used to be accessible only through university subscriptions to specialized journals. But these days, there's a push to remove those limitations and make it available to anyone who wants it. It's a Catch-22—scientists now find themselves inadvertently putting animals at risk of exploitation by publishing and sharing their location and tracking information. And they're grappling with what to do about it."

 

Link:

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/animals-privacy-tracking-data-science-journals-open-access-banff-national-park

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oa.new oa.biology oa.zoology oa.biodiversity oa.privacy oa.security oa.data oa.publishing oa.open_science oa.stem

Date tagged:

06/06/2017, 15:37

Date published:

06/06/2017, 11:38