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Noteworthy Information

The World in 2030: Nine Megatrends to Watch

Especially relevant for MyData are: Urbanization: Two-thirds of us will live in cities; Transparency: Our world will become even more open — and less private; Technology Shifts: The internet of things will have won the day, and every new device will be connected.

Ada Lovelace’s Call for Papers

Call for papers for the Data for Policy Conference (London, 15-16 September 2020) on data governance models, data sharing agreements, imbalances of power, ethical values and struggles for justice. Deadline 20 April 2020. And there is also a call for pre-conf workshops and tutorials here.

IBM and Microsoft support the Vatican’s guidelines for ethical AI

IBM and Microsoft are among the first to sign the Vatican’s “Rome Call for AI Ethics.”

Ring logs every doorbell press and app action

A BBC data request reveals what data is being stored by the Amazon-owned business about its users.

No, Facebook is not telling you everything

Facebook “Download Your Information” feature only gives you part of the picture. Information about advertisers uploading lists with your personal information is limited in time and prevents users from exercising their rights.

Princeton-Leuven Longitudinal Corpus of Privacy Policies

We are releasing a reference dataset of over 1 million privacy policy snapshots from more than 100,000 websites, spanning over two decades.

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.


Questions Asked

Shaping Europe’s digital future

The EC would like to hear your views on its European strategy for data. The results of this survey will feed into possible Commission initiatives on access to and re-use of data in the coming months. The aim of the European strategy for data is to create a single European data space – a genuine single market for data, open to data from across the world. Anyone considering contributing to the consultation?

MyData in the Time of Coronavirus

Is there a story to be told about how MyData type capabilities would help in the situation we find ourselves with Coronavirus? I'm not suggesting an immediate source of help; my question is more generic about downstream similar outbreaks and alternate medical emergencies. It seems to me that the current model can only be top down, and thus finding current and future victims is like finding a needle in a haystack. With strong identity and data management capabilities on the side of the individual then individuals could self-assert positive or negative claims, verified where possible and there would therefore be a solid bottom up source of data to help the top down flow. And then of course there could be new methods of analysis and prediction driven by MyData data flows over time. Thoughts from the group?


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DoNotPay

For $3, a ‘robot lawyer’ will sue data brokers that don’t delete your personal and location info

Dudle

I noticed that MyData Global uses Doodle for planning of meetings. Now that Doodle is both a paid service AND leaking information to Google and others, I came across DUDLE, an open source application developed by the PrimeLife EU project, that is available as a freely accessible service from Technische Universität Dresden. It can also be used for general polls where it features homomorphic encryption of the votes, so that participants cannot see each others indididual votes.


MyData Internals

Board & Steering Group

Community

  • Karloina posted a concise list for those who will not be able to attend the upcoming Amsterdam Community Meeting due to the novel coronavirus.
  • Kata experienced some confussion from people wondering about the MyData conference in Berlin and expecting also a conference in Helsinki (when there is in Europe this year only the conference in Berlin!)
  • Teemu made the latest slide deck about the Hubs & Regional Conferences available.
  • Teemu let us know that 11 new Finnish or Finland-related organizationss have joined MyData in the last few weeks.

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