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DataPortability Intro For Panel on Business Risks of Web 3.0. What Risks?


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Intro Slides for Daniela Barbosa for the following panel: …

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Business Risks of Web 3.0. What Risks?
The business risks for Web 3.0 are fundamentally changing with increased public scrutiny of data privacy, portability, expanded Web Services, data sharing, cloud computing, etc. New privacy laws, new technological capabilities, and new user demands have created a situation where the question most frequently cited by students of Web 3.0 implementations have asked: we understand how beneficial it is to link data and derive new improved services, knowledge about our users/customers but what about privacy, regulation from the consumer perspective? Added to this on the enterprise side is the apprehension that with data portability, meshing data, comes loss of core business competitiveness. This session clearly explains why "you should have no fear": Web 3.0 is flexible enough to provide a tight access control relative to who, when, with whom data is owned, and by using Semantic Web Services, add a layer of security via programmatic and granular permissioning to which of your partners or developers can link to which piece of information (in a way that DBMS of today cannot). Key questions are discussed: who owns user data? How should users be able to reuse it? Why should companies consider allowing their users' personal data to be easily transportable? The answer here is: because in the end it will bring our users/customers closer, a finding many major enterprises have realized: Nokia, etc.

MODERATOR: Gil Beyda, Managing Partner, Genacast Ventures

PANELIST: Daniela Barbosa, Co-Founder, Data Portability

PANELIST: Michael Benedek, Vice President, AlmondNet

PANELIST: Sandro Hawke, Semantic Web Developer, W3C

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  • 1. Daniela Barbosa Co-Founder and Chairperson
  • 2. Web 1.0 Document Web
  • 3. Web 2.0 Social Web
  • 4. The Next Web (for today Web 3.0) Personal Web
  • 5. The ability to connect to, control, share and remix your personal data between trusted applications
  • 6.
  • 7. The Questions
    • Why Would a vendor allow users to leave their Service?
    • Why make it easy for users to take the precious data you have about them and use it on other sites?
    • What is the business justification and risks for letting data walk out the door?
  • 8. Worth it? Beautiful, beautiful data
  • 9. Really?
  • 10. Really?
  • 11. “ Data Portability”
  • 12. How?
  • 13. project
  • 14. Translation From geek to businesses, mainstream developers and end-users
  • 15. Best Practices Reduce the noise and increase the signal. A solution vendors can bank on.
  • 16. Advocacy Supporting Materials, Conferences, Books, political pressure, discussion
  • 17. Join In @