Standard Information Sharing /Label
Standard Information Sharing Label (T3G)
Convener: Joe A.
Notes-taker(s): Braden Maccke
Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:
Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps: label.org
Creates a “Sharing Terms” sheet, similar to a Nutritional Facts label.
When a user searches Google (for example), user will be able to click on an icon to display the terms label outlining:
DTA Referencing Label:
- Where: Physical location of data.
- Who: Google, Inc
- What: Form Data (search query)
- From: HTML Form (form may be highlighted on click w/ “show me” button)
- When: Interactive / On submit
- Why: Recommend Websites
- For How Long: Indefinitely
- Output To: Resulting Web Pages
- Addt’l Terms: Aggregated Products
- Related Agreements: This or that, etc…. http://
- 3rd Party Ratings: AFF / ACLU / etc (like an ebay feedback rating) / Or your personal network…
S* torage (of the record of this agreement): Place this record is being stored. (portable contex.org)
- ? Redistribution: who’s it going to.
“Data Laundering” – With the form, the user has been notified, had an opportunity to understand it, and can’t come back and say they were misinformed.
- Trust Framework Agreement
- Default Terms – ultimately users set their own terms.
Add location – Storage?
Button State – Reviewed?
Explain purpose binding