[quote=“measuredme, post:5, topic:453”]
Of course, I do care how my data will be used. I don’t care about the METHODS for visualizing, correlating, and disseminating data and insights, but I do care about MOTIVES behind the analysis and IMPLICATIONS that third-party is making based on the results. For instance, if my data is being used to discriminate against certain class of people (e.g., race, disability/ailment, weight, gender, etc.), or to be used in any kind of lawsuit against manufacturers of devices that were used to collect data (e.g., Bodymedia or Azumio), I do certainly object. At least, I want to be able to explicitly state that my personal opinions and beliefs may not align with the potential findings by other researchers/third parties. Hence, the point of this post and requirement for the disclaimer.[/quote]
CC0 has the disclaimer and non-endorsement.
The alternative is to keep the data locked up and license its use on a case-by-case basis. But there is no enforceable “do no evil clause”.
IANAL, but spent a fair amount of time discussing this topic with people at Creative Commons (Science Commons) a while back–perhaps you should contact them?
P.S. How can I get the data, without giving paywithatweet.com access to my Twitter or Facebook profile?