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ID3 - - openPDS Project. In Personal Data We Trust? Side Views - Should we ditch the idea of privacy? — Don Tapscott @ Sun May 13 2012. MAY 13 — Since I co-authored a book on privacy and the Internet 15 years ago I’ve been writing about how to manage the various threats to the security and control of our personal information.

Side Views - Should we ditch the idea of privacy? — Don Tapscott @ Sun May 13 2012

But today I find myself in a completely unexpected discussion. A growing number of people argue that the notion of having a private life in which we carefully restrict what information we share with others may not be a good idea. Instead, sharing our intimate, personal information with others would benefit us individually and as a society. I/DW Attribute Provider Network (APN) Services. Customer Commons. What is Customer Commons?

Customer Commons

The mission of Customer Commons, a California-based non-profit, is to restore the balance of power, respect and trust between individuals and organizations that serve them. We stand with the individual and therefore do not take contributions from commercial entities. We are run and funded by customers. Building on the work of ProjectVRM at Harvard’s Berkman Center, Customer Commons provides individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to shape their online relationships. Internet Data Security. A Crowd of One: The Future of Individual Identity (9781586483678): John Clippinger. Digital ID Coach » The secret life of your personal data. Home > history, records > The secret life of your personal data Maria Popova at Brain Pickings wrote about this great 3 minute video by Michael Rigley, a graphic design student.

Digital ID Coach » The secret life of your personal data

Tim Berners-Lee: demand your data from Google and Facebook. What is smart disclosure? Citizens generate an enormous amount of economically valuable data through interactions with companies and government.

What is smart disclosure?

Earlier this year, a report from the World Economic Forum and McKinsey Consulting described the emergence of personal data as of a new asset class.” The value created from such data does not, however, always go to the benefit of consumers, particularly when third parties collect it, separating people from their personal data. The emergence of new technologies and government policies has provided an opportunity to both empower consumers and create new markets from “smarter disclosure” of this personal data. Smart disclosure is when a private company or government agency provides a person with periodic access to his or her own data in open formats that enable them to easily put the data to use. Smart disclosure is part of the final United States National Action Plan for its participation in the Open Government Partnership.” In the months since the announcement, the U.S. Informing Consumers through Smart Disclosure. Posted by Cass Sunstein on March 30, 2012 at 08:19 AM EDT Today, the White House and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), with support from ideas42, will host a summit on Smart Disclosure – a new tool that helps provide consumers with greater access to the information they need to make informed choices.

Informing Consumers through Smart Disclosure

In many contexts, the Federal government uses disclosure as a way to ensure that consumers know what they are purchasing and are able to compare alternatives. Consider nutrition facts labels, the newly designed automobile fuel economy labels, and Modern technologies are giving rise to a series of new possibilities for promoting informed decisions. In September 2011, the Office of Management and Budget issued guidance to Federal agencies on Smart Disclosure. - PSFK. Digital ID Coach. Privowny. Anonymity Online. 5 companies turning your data into dollars — Cloud Computing News. 20 eye-popping DEMO 2012 tech products. Take Control of your Personal Data: An UMA perspective. Recently, the EU commission reviewed the Privacy Directive introducing new rules for the protection of personal data in a data sharing context.

Take Control of your Personal Data: An UMA perspective

The reason is straightforward: the scale of data sharing and collections has increased spectacularly. Online services are increasing and individuals are encouraged to make personal information available publicly and globally. Even though privacy is a complex problem with many facets - think about the new Google’s Privacy policy, which provide for combination of personal data across different services, and the concern for the compliance with European data protection legislation - there isn't an easy way to address these problems without a legal framework and respect for the individual.

Nevertheless, state of art technology can help individuals to reduce the risk of losing control of their personal data, empowering the user to control personal data distributed among service providers, using a centralized authorization service. Personal Levels of Assurance for Secure Online Authentication. Sites/default/files/PLOA White Paper - v1.01.pdf. PLOA – Just What You Need to Know. The Pillars of Influence and How to Activate Cause and Effect. Tweet Digital Influence is one of the hottest trends in social media and it is also one of the least understood.

The Pillars of Influence and How to Activate Cause and Effect

Klout, PeerIndex, Kred among many others are investing millions of dollars to understand how our social media activity translates into influence. Why You Should Quit Complaining About Klout And Other Influence Measuring Sites. Your privacy is a sci-fi fantasy. The assault on personal privacy has ramped up significantly in the past few years.

Your privacy is a sci-fi fantasy

From warrantless GPS tracking to ISP packet inspection, it seems that everyone wants to get in on the booming business of clandestine snooping -- even blatant prying, if you consider reports of employers demanding Facebook passwords prior to making hiring decisions. What happened? Did the rules change? Street Identity. The Internet identity ecosystem is quickly evolving with companies playing many different roles.

Street Identity

The Open AXN group is focused on the roles of attribute providers, identity providers, and relying parties. Attribute providers are companies who can provide verified claims about users such as name, street address, phone number, and more. The Open AXN group works on model for how identity providers can give users control over the release of this information to the relying party websites that users visit. A structural model for Identity based on certification, recognition, reputation and anonymity. Privacy management on social media sites. Social media has changed the public discussion about managing “privacy” online.

Privacy management on social media sites

Klout and PeerIndex Don’t Measure Influence. Brian Solis Explains What They Actually Do. Whether you like it not, Klout, Kred, PeerIndex, and Radian6 are measuring your social capital — not your influence but your potential for it. Online identity verification service miiCard. Domain name, web site hosting, email, registration. How is a privacy policy valuable to me and my customers? Increasingly, customers expect online businesses to post a privacy policy. The level of customer sophistication about privacy practices is increasing rapidly, and they are likely to leave a web site if its privacy policy is unclear or doesn’t indicate a sufficient level of commitment to protecting information.

And increasingly, customers hold businesses legally responsible for any discrepancies between their policy and practices. How do TRUSTe products save me money? TRUSTe Privacy Policy, through its wizard, allows you to create, post, and maintain a privacy policy at minimal expense. TRUSTe Privacy Policy with Seal gives you all the convenience of the wizard, and displays the TRUSTe Seal to show your customers that your business’s privacy policy has been examined and certified by the leader in privacy policy certification.

The-sad-state-of-social-media-privacy-infographic.png (1000×2533) How Will We Collaborate if We Can’t Trust Each Other. What is Trust? Paul Zak: Trust, morality.