#Portability4TrustPersonal Data Portability for Trust Frameworks<br />Phil WolffThe DataPortability ProjectIIW Spring 2011...
A new Disclosure <br />Describe your portability practices<br />Plain language<br />Common structure<br />Readable, Compar...
Privacy v. Portability<br />Your Privacy Policy tells visitors what you can do with their data.<br />Your Portability Poli...
4 Stages of Relationship<br />Exit<br />Start<br /><ul><li>Identity and Authentication
Working with Things Stored Elsewhere</li></ul>Backing Up<br />Closing An Account<br />Share/Access<br />Sync<br />Public D...
The DataPortability Project Is Revving Our Portability Policy In Two Threads<br />Portability Policy Summit<br />Feedback ...
The OAuth Triangle<br />
The OAuth Triangle<br />
The Trust Triangle<br />Trust Frameworks<br /><ul><li>Culture
Contracts
Verification</li></li></ul><li>trust(Portability)<br />
Trust Frameworks Need Personal Data Portability Content<br />
7 Portability4Trust Deliverables<br />A portability principles manifesto. Listing the principles of data portability and w...
7 Portability4Trust Deliverables<br />A portability principles manifesto<br />A portability policy pledge<br />A portabili...
1. Personal Data Portability Principles Manifesto<br />List the principles of data portability and why they matter<br />
2. Policy Pledge<br />A short, direct promise to support the data portability principles<br />
3. Policy Template<br />Like the questions at PortabilityPolicy.org, a structure to assure all data portability principles...
4. Policy Minimum Disclosure<br />Describe the least amount of disclosure required by a trust framework<br />
5. Policy Minimum Practice<br />Describe required data portability practices. This is prescriptive.<br />
6. Policy Recommended Practice<br />Describe portability practices above and beyond the required.<br />Recommended practic...
#portability4trust<br />1<br />DataPortability.org<br />p4t Google Group<br />Wednesday calls<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<...
2011q2 Roadmap<br />Write, Test, Revise, Release<br />Listen, Repeat<br />
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We're building on our Portability Policy work to make data portability standards and practices available in a form that the new trust frameworks can use.

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  • A technical layer connects people, identity providers, and relying parties
  • How do we get data portability promises, behavior, and enforcement into that triangle?
  • We work with trust frameworks. They add a layer of culture, contracts and verification to the process.
  • Trust Frameworks Need Personal Data Portability Content
  • #Portability4Trust - Personal Data Portability for Trust Frameworks

    1. 1. #Portability4TrustPersonal Data Portability for Trust Frameworks<br />Phil WolffThe DataPortability ProjectIIW Spring 2011<br />
    2. 2. A new Disclosure <br />Describe your portability practices<br />Plain language<br />Common structure<br />Readable, Comparable<br />Iconography<br />Readable: the CC pattern<br />2010<br />
    3. 3. Privacy v. Portability<br />Your Privacy Policy tells visitors what you can do with their data.<br />Your Portability Policy tells them what they can do with their data.<br />
    4. 4. 4 Stages of Relationship<br />Exit<br />Start<br /><ul><li>Identity and Authentication
    5. 5. Working with Things Stored Elsewhere</li></ul>Backing Up<br />Closing An Account<br />Share/Access<br />Sync<br />Public Data<br />Access from Other Products<br />APIs and Data Formats<br />Where Things Are Stored<br />Watching For Updates <br />Broadcasting Changes Made Here<br />
    6. 6. The DataPortability Project Is Revving Our Portability Policy In Two Threads<br />Portability Policy Summit<br />Feedback from large adopters<br />Portability4Trust<br />Tools for <br />trust framework authorities <br />trust framework providers<br />
    7. 7. The OAuth Triangle<br />
    8. 8. The OAuth Triangle<br />
    9. 9. The Trust Triangle<br />Trust Frameworks<br /><ul><li>Culture
    10. 10. Contracts
    11. 11. Verification</li></li></ul><li>trust(Portability)<br />
    12. 12. Trust Frameworks Need Personal Data Portability Content<br />
    13. 13. 7 Portability4Trust Deliverables<br />A portability principles manifesto. Listing the principles of data portability and why they matter.<br />A portability policy pledge. A short, direct promise to support the data portability principles.<br />A portability policy template. Like the questions found at PortabilityPolicy.org, a structured way to assure all data portability principles are addressed and disclosed, whether they are supported or not.<br />A portability policy minimum disclosure. Describe the least amount of disclosure required by a trust framework.<br />A portability policy minimum practice. Describe required data portability practices. This is prescriptive.<br />A portability policy recommended practice. Describe portability practices above and beyond the required. With time and support of the trust framework’s organization, recommended practices may become required.<br />A portability glossary. Defining our terms.  <br />
    14. 14. 7 Portability4Trust Deliverables<br />A portability principles manifesto<br />A portability policy pledge<br />A portability policy template<br />A portability policy minimum disclosure<br />A portability policy minimum practice<br />A portability policy recommended practice<br />A portability glossary<br />
    15. 15. 1. Personal Data Portability Principles Manifesto<br />List the principles of data portability and why they matter<br />
    16. 16. 2. Policy Pledge<br />A short, direct promise to support the data portability principles<br />
    17. 17. 3. Policy Template<br />Like the questions at PortabilityPolicy.org, a structure to assure all data portability principles are addressed and disclosed, supported or not<br />
    18. 18. 4. Policy Minimum Disclosure<br />Describe the least amount of disclosure required by a trust framework<br />
    19. 19. 5. Policy Minimum Practice<br />Describe required data portability practices. This is prescriptive.<br />
    20. 20. 6. Policy Recommended Practice<br />Describe portability practices above and beyond the required.<br />Recommended practices may become Required <br /><ul><li>with trust community support</li></li></ul><li>7. Data Portability Glossary<br />Defining terms<br />
    21. 21. #portability4trust<br />1<br />DataPortability.org<br />p4t Google Group<br />Wednesday calls<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />6<br />
    22. 22. 2011q2 Roadmap<br />Write, Test, Revise, Release<br />Listen, Repeat<br />
    23. 23. Next steps<br />Working here at IIW<br />Online, weekly conference calls<br />At other events<br /><ul><li>10-13 May. European Identity Conference. Munich
    24. 24. 11-13 May. Telco 2 and Personal Data 5. London
    25. 25. 19-21 May. PII 2011 and PrivacyCamp – Silicon Valley</li></li></ul><li>What we need<br />5 volunteers to work on the documents<br />One firm to volunteer legal counsel for two hours of early advice<br />Contributions to DPP 501[c]3 to fund travel and meetings<br />
    26. 26. #portability4trust<br />DataPortability.org<br />p4t Google Group<br />Wednesday calls<br />@evanwolf<br />skype:evanwolf<br />pwolff@dijest.com<br />+1-510-343-5664<br />
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