MyData Weekly Digest – 22. Jänner
Willkommen beim MyData Weekly Digest – einem wöchentlichen englischen Newsletter von OwnYourData, der sich der bestmöglichen Berichterstattung innerhalb des menschen-zentrierten Ansatzes bei der Verwaltung personenbezogener Daten widmet. Diese Woche neu:
- Thinking of DID? KERI On
- Digital Markets Act: Summary from a DataUnion Perspective
- Revision of the eIDAS Regulation–European Digital Identity
Newsletter vom 22. Jänner 2021
Work under the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) hood continues on Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs): Key Event Receipt Infrastructure to expand the reach of DIDs
It looks like big platform operators will have to give both business users and endusers the right to port their data in realtime through APIs – third parties will be also allowed to do this on behalf of (at least) business users.
With eIDAS, the EU has laid the foundations and a predictable legal framework for people, companies (in particular SMEs) and public administrations to safely access services and carry out transactions online and across border. Despite undisputed achievements, the potential of electronic identification and authentication under eIDAS remains underexploited.
Employers will likely collect more data as employees return to work, requiring risk management leaders to balance safety, productivity and privacy. (scary prediction: by 2025, 75% of conversations at work will be recorded and analyzed, enabling the discovery of added organizational value or risk.)
The private beta launch of Tru.net; a social publishing platform built on top of the JLINC protocol. Tru is a MyData Operator so has built in respect for personal data, along with high end management and visibility of the provenance of content.