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Posts from the ‘Rethinking Personal Data’ Category

Commissioner Ann Cavoukian Publishes Privacy and Personal Data Ecosystem Paper

TORONTO, ON, October 31, 2012 – Personal information – the new “oil” of the Internet – largely resides with organizations – removed from the individual’s sphere of control. The boundless potential of the Personal Data Ecosystem (PDE) is to place control of one’s personal information into the hands of the individual. The PDE is truly a game changer, and will move privacy well beyond laws, regulations and best practices, to create a privacy-protective relationship between individuals and organizations, says Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner. Read more

Respect Network Brings Together Neustar and Swisscom as Founding Partners

Vail, Colorado — July 16, 2012—Respect Network Corporation, a San Francisco based technology company, today announced it is forming a global network for the trusted exchange of personal data and has secured Neustar (NSR) and Swisscom (SCMN.VX) as founding partners.  The announcement was made during the Open Identity Exchange meeting taking place here during the 2012 Cloud Identity Summit this week.

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WEF Publishes “Rethinking Personal Data: Strengthening Trust”

Yesterday the World Economic Forum (WEF) Rethinking Personal Data initiative published a new report, Rethinking Personal Data: Strengthening Trust (PDF). The second report from the project (the first was Personal Data: A New Economic Asset Class) explores how the permissioned use of personal data can create tremendous value for all stakeholders in the personal data ecosystem — individuals, communities, organizations, and governments.

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