If research data or findings are used for purposes that were not declared as part of the initial research design and are associated with actual or potential harm, this may constitute misuse. A topical example would be the use to influence voting behaviour of data gathered via social media purportedly solely to feed back a ‘personality profile’ to completers (The Guardian 2019). (see also Dual Use)

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