World Economic Forum: Update on ‘Rethinking Personal Data’
Session Topic: World Economic Forum: Update on “rethinking” personal data project
For those that were interested and wanted to know more there are now formal summaries of the Brussels and China events up on our website: www.weforum.org/personaldata<http://www.weforum.org/personaldata>
Direct links to the session summaries: China - http://www3.weforum.org/docs/AMNC12/WEF_AMNC12_IT_UnlockingValueData_SessionSummary.pdf Brussels - http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_IT_UnlockingValueData_BalancingGrowthProtection_SessionSummary.pdf
New world - different data processor...
Move the model...define appropriate use.
Active discussion in the committee on security and privacy.
OECD guidelines...in process and closing.
Context and collection - big data, actively want to use data.
Other wise people lie...data quality
secondary sources to profile anyways...
it is like the security escalation - cyber security.
lets solve it all now.
risks... limited trusted flow
OECD report about the respective value of the data.
How to value it within context.
Better Evidence, Deeper Understanding - more Transparency, - better Decision making -> Changes in attitudes and actions...
What is being measured
What should be measured
How should we measure in an adaptive interactive way.
Internet economy or data driven economy.
What are the risks...
User mental models.
Variables that make up how they think about it.
- type of data
- type of entity
- trust in Service Provider
- Collection method
- Device Context
- Usage Application
- Fair Value Exchange
This changes along with social norms...
Privacy is not a binary conversation
users feel that that accountability must be distributed.
They like right of self determination
ISOC has done a global survey amongst
believe TOS is unenforceable.
choice -> Access -> barrier...
Monday at the OECD - big data event.