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    Phil Wolff at #SemTech Phil Wolff at #SemTech Presentation Transcript

    • Hi. I’m Phil
    • I’m a volunteer director of the DataPortability Project
    • We’re concerned about two things
    • 1. Getting to a future where our onlife is always with us everywhere we go
    • 2.Rebalancing power between web site operators and the people they serve
    • Privacy policies were created when everything a service did was located on one server
    • Privacy policies reflect the simplicity of two parties: Client and Server, User and Company
    • That’s sooo 1995
    • Today: services build on other services
    • In turn,services are platforms for other services
    • What used to be on onedisk drive in one data center run by one company is now everywhere
    • Users don’t know it
    • So the first step to a data portability world is disclosure
    • PortabilityPolicy.org
    • Launched this week
      Beta
    • Guide to creating a comparable, comprehensive disclosure of portability practices
    • Q&A template
      Life cycle of your relationship
      Key objectives
      Multiple choice and True/False answers
      Narrative
    • Friends and Contacts
      Profile
      Scope
      Conversations
      Movies
      Files
    • Privacy Policies focus on What We Do With Your Data, Portability Policies disclose What You Can Do WithYour Data
    • Link to your Portability Policy the way you do your Privacy policy.
    • Start of a long conversation
      β
    • Disclosure will help:
      Orgs think through their data portability designs, practices, and policies
      People choose and advocate among services
      Foster a race to the top for better portability practices
    • PortabilityPolicy.orgDataPortability.org@dataportability
      What’s Your Portability Policy?
      Phil Wolff@evanwolf