GSMA Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy in the Use of Mobile Phone Data for Responding to the Ebola Outbreak

Wednesday 19 Nov 2014 | Big data | Disease outbreak | English | Global | Guidelines | Resource |

GSMA Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy in the Use of Mobile Phone Data for Responding to the Ebola Outbreak image

When Call Data Records (CDRs) are used to help in the response to the Ebola outbreak, mobile operators wish to ensure mobile users’ privacy is respected and protected and any associated risks are addressed. This document outlines, in broad terms, the privacy standards that mobile operators will apply when subscriber mobile phone data is used, in these exceptional circumstances, for responses to the Ebola outbreak.

Download: GSMA Guidelines on protecting privacy in the use of mobile phone data for responding to the Ebola outbreak