TUDelft SAR encoding
This is a page to describe the encoding work done on a SAR study conducted out of Amsterdam.
The relevant wikibase item is TUDelft SAR study (Q4819).
The files are from two separate studies.
The first study was done in 2017. It is described in this paper: https://policyreview.info/articles/analysis/collectively-exercising-right-access-individual-effort-societal-effect
The second study was done in 2018 and is currently under review.
- Hadi Asghari (Q2039)
- Rene Mahieu
- Anonymous Participants
- For Each SAR we created a Wikibase item, and when data was provided, we have placed the scrubbed data in Github
- All requests are encoded as instance of (P3)-exchange around right of access to personal data (Q1308).
- Additional properties assigned to describe a SAR are:
- significant event (P136): describes the process of the SAR using important moments, such as when the request was send and when a response is retrieved
- target (Q1053): used to specify the company to which a SAR was send
- data subject (Q367): used to specify the person that send the SAR