Fundraisers are being called on to make changes but they’re also being told not to think too much about how they do it. Ian MacQuillin wonders if there’s an anti-intellectual undercurrent in fundraising.
Author: Ian MacQuillin, Beneficiaries, Beneficiary rights, Country: UK, Data protection, Data/insight, Ethics, Information Commissioner's Office, Legacy fundraising, Libertarianism, Major donor fundraising, Philosophy of fundraising, Regulation, Social Contract Theory, Wealth screening
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Fundraisers and data protection experts appear to have very little common ground on which to talk about ICO’s recent enforcement action. Ian MacQuillin suggests the gulf between the two could be down to different philosophical approaches.
Country: UK, Data protection, Data/insight, Information Commissioner's Office, Legacy fundraising, Major donor fundraising, Major gifts, Regulation, Wealth screening
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In December 2016, the Information Commissioner’s Office took enforcement action against the British Heart Foundation and RSPCA for breaching data protection legislation. This page collects the ICO statements and blogs responding to ICO’s action, both critical and in support of…
Author: Ian MacQuillin, Data protection, Data/insight, Ethics, Information Commissioner's Office, Legacy fundraising, Major donor fundraising
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The UK’s data protection regulator has fined two charities over how they have ‘wealth screened’ current and future donors. Ian MacQuillin ask whether the Information Commissioner’s Office is treating charities differently to companies.
Blog digest, Fundraising crisis 2015, Fundraising profession, Fundraising Regulator, Innovation, Leadership, Philanthropy, Public perception, Self-regulation, Uncategorized
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Each month, the Critical Fundraising blog presents a digest of the best fundraising-related blogs and articles that have adopted a critical fundraising mode of thought.
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