This section describes the rights and responsibilities of institutions and authorized investigators in association with Databrary and the rights granted to Databrary by Institutions and authorized investigators.
Background: Why video requires special care
Video and audio recordings may contain information about research participants or other individuals who are incidentally recorded. Images and/or voices may be visible or heard and names may be spoken out loud. If a study takes place in a home or other setting, aspects of that home or setting may be recorded. Thus, individuals or locations may be identified from recordings. In addition, metadata (e.g. child's birthdate) may contain identifiable information. Any identifiable information may only be shared with the explicit informed consent of individuals.
To avoid risks associated with the unintended identification of depicted individuals, authorized investigators agree to follow the policies in this access section, and institutions agree to take responsibility for the investigators that they authorize.