Interessante Informationen
[Advanced] GDPR Data Portability: The Forgotten Right

Europe has some of the most advanced data rights in the world, and yet in practice, it is almost impossible to access and move one’s individual data in a useful way. European citizens and businesses can co-create value and strengthen local economies if they can move their data between services. This overview discusses current challenges and proposes 10 solutions to improve data portability in 2021.

[Advanced] Digital Markets Act: Summary from a DataUnion Perspective

It looks like big platform operators will have to give both business users and endusers the right to port their data in realtime through APIs - third parties will be also allowed to do this on behalf of (at least) business users.

Making data portability more effective for the digital economy

This report by the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) provides recommendations on how to make personal data portability more effective. The authors warn that the current legal framework requires clarifications to better empower European citizens in a data-driven society.

Defining ‘My Data’ Portability and Interoperability

Iain has written up some thoughts on how to make practical progress on data portability and data inter-operability; he’s happy to discuss further in Amsterdam. The short version is that this work will require getting right down into the data weeds.

Data Portability & Services Incubator

DAPSI is a €5.6M fund powered by the European Commission, solely dedicated to Data Portability.


Tools
Data Transfer Project

The Data Transfer Project was launched in 2018 to create an open-source, service-to-service data portability platform so that all individuals across the web could easily move their data between online service providers whenever they want.