För att hålla sig inom GDPR väljer nu Cint att genomföra ganska stora förändringar vad det gäller delning av sin data.
Bland annat försvinner delningen av Panelist ID. Även postkoder ryker och kommer numera tillåta varje EU-land att, enligt GDPR, sätta sina egna gränser för research mot barn.
Här kan du läsa om förändringarna från Cint:
To comply with GDPR, Cint is making some changes to Access by Cint and Access Pro by Cint as follows:
Panelist ID: A Panelist ID is a static and persistent ID that identifies an individual in the Cint platform. The PanelistID is persistent and can be used to pinpoint an individual, so it is considered personal data. Therefore we will no longer be able to share it.
Postal Code: A panelist’s postal code in some in some cases can be used to identify an individual, so it is also considered personal data and therefore we will also no longer be able to share it.
Children: GDPR includes the definition of the age of a child where parental consent for online research participation is or isn’t required. With respect to children, Cint will comply with the requirements of GDPR, which includes permitting EU member states to adopt their own age definitions.
The first changes in Access by Cint and Access Pro by Cint will take effect on 3rd of May and rest will take effect on 24th of May:
The first changes coming into effect 3rd of May 2018 are that Panelist ID and postal codes will no longer be available in background data reports. You will continue to have access to the respondent ID associated with a panelist or participant for each project.
The second set of changes will be deployed no later than the 24th of May 2018 are that Cint will GDPR compliance regarding age rules for children and that Cint will remove the Panelist ID [P] and postal code [PC] from the survey links setup.