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Unfortunately, DSLR bodies tend to be plain plastic with a rubber sheath covering it for grip. The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, covering four countries — shlf1314,C. and co-chair of the commission To blunt that criticism the report recommends housing NSDS within an existing agency the Department of Commerce home of the Census Bureau the nation’s largest statistical agency It also suggests launching the effort with help from the Census Bureau and the 12 other statistical agencies scattered across the government “There’s no way that all our recommendations over the next many years can be implemented without additional funding” Haskins says But he believes that shifting funds from “current spending that is not critical” could be enough to get NSDS up and running The report also recommends easing existing restrictions on data access The Internal Revenue Service for example now can only participate in studies aimed at improving the tax code That limitation frustrates researchers interested in using wage and other data to study social inequality Student financial aid data managed by the Department of Education are entirely off-limits despite their obvious value in tracking academic and career outcomes The commission urges Congress to ease such blanket restrictions and avoid imposing any new ones “We should not have bans” Haskins says But he concedes that crafting more nuanced rules will be tricky “because there are big political issues” Incremental approach Aware of those potential land mines advocates for more evidence-based policymaking plan to move ahead gradually The first step is likely to be a push for legislation creating the infrastructure needed for NSDS A central element would be an oversight body called a steering committee that would set out performance indicators review new privacy tools devise a process for handling complaints and enforcement and carry out strategic planning Its members would be drawn from federal and state agencies academia and the general public “There’s no reason to wait” in taking that step the congressional aide says “The goal would be to get NSDS up and running as soon as possible with pilot projects that can demonstrate it is a viable approach to addressing the problem” Once the service shows its value the aide notes lawmakers could tackle the more difficult challenge of easing current laws and rules that hamper wider use of administrative records The ban on student records will be an especially tough nut to crack Haskins and Abraham predict “Our recommendation is that Congress evaluate whether these bans are appropriate and be cautious about implementing any future bans” she says “The people who argue for maintaining these bans on student unit records were raising issues related to privacy and we’re very sensitive to those issues We think we’ve proposed an approach that would ensure privacy is protected” The new report cites three “emerging approaches” to protecting privacy that it says are especially promising One called differential privacy allows researchers to quantify the additional risks to privacy for an individual whose data would be used in a study and then to set boundaries on acceptable levels of privacy loss The Census Bureau and internet companies like Google and Uber are already using such algorithms to evaluate risks it notes A second approach would use a synthetic data set that substitutes values for the original data set and then tests to see whether the synthetic data yield results that “are good enough” to satisfy the researcher “There are enough examples of these approaches that the commission felt comfortable making a promise to the public” that they would improve privacy protection says commission member Robert Groves provost of Georgetown University in Washington DC.

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