This ESOMAR-GRBN-Online-Research-Guideline is designed to help researchers address legal, ethical and practical considerations in using new technologies when conducting research online.
To ensure that it’s in line with most recent practice, in addition to other updated sections, this new Guideline also contains:
Guidance on passive data collection requirements
A section on incentives, sweepstakes and free prize draws
A section on sample source and management
An updated section on specific online technologies such as tracking, cloud storage and static and dynamic IDs.
If you require further information please don’t hesitate to contact AMSRO on 02 8017 6717.
Special thanks go to Brian Fine for his expertise and time as the Australian representative on the international project team.