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Confidentiality and Data Access Webinar 2
July 9, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT
FCSM and COPAFS are hosting an eight session webinar series on Confidentiality and Data Access. The series will be held on selected Thursday afternoons from 3:00PM to 4:30PM from June through October.
The second webinar in the series will consist of presentations focused on privacy and accuracy for 2020 Census Data Products. It will take place on Thursday July 9, 2020 at 3:00PM. We hope you will be able to join us for what promises to be an important discussion. There is no charge for this event or subsequent webinars in this series. Registration is required to receive login information and will be limited to the first 198 registrants. The Registration link will be sent by email. The discussion will be recorded and available after the event on the COPAFS website.
Registration for FCSM registrants opens on June 18.
Registration for Friends of COPAFS opens on June 24.
Privacy and Accuracy for 2020 Census Data Products: The CNSTAT Workshop
(April 2020 Program Session E-6)
Thursday, July 9, 3:00PM
Session Chair: Daniel Cork, Senior Program Officer, Committee on National Statistics Introduction to the Session and to Differential Privacy for the 2020 Census
Nicholas Nagle, Department of Geography, University of Tennessee Implications of Differential Privacy in 2020 for State and Local Revenues
Quentin Brummet, NORC at the University of Chicago Effects of Differentially Private Noise Injection on Survey Operations
Alexis Santos-Lozada, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University Differential Privacy and Mortality Rates in the United States
Matthew Spence, Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau Demographic Findings of the 2010 Census Demonstration Product and Subsequent Refinement of the TopDown Algorithm for 2020
V. Joseph Hotz, Department of Economics, Duke University (Co-chair of the Planning Committee for the CNSTAT Workshop) Summary of What Data Users Heard at the CNSTAT Workshop and What Kinds of Census-User Interactions Are Needed Going Forward
Panel Discussion and Q&A