To carry out the Citizens’ Jury, IPPOSI will process the data of the participants of the initial surveys and the eventual jury participants. Over 1,000 people have taken the initial & follow-up survey and a further 25 people will participate in the online Citizens’ Jury itself, with up to 5 reserves.
When personal, sensitive and special category data is processed, a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) must be carried out to identify and mitigate risks to the privacy of data subjects. A DPIA is necessary to ensure that all risks to the privacy of survey and jury participants are identified and appropriate safeguards are put in place.
The DPIA for the Citizens’ Jury is accessible by clicking here (version 1.4). The IPPOSI DPIA has identified five risks, which are summarised in the DPIA text. The safeguards put in place to mitigate the risks are also summarised on pages 8-11 of the DPIA.