[KI-LC] P3WG Requests for Guidance
paulmadsen at rogers.com
Wed Nov 18 10:54:25 EST 2009
out of a recent thread that crossed SSTC and KI eGov lists, I'll suggest
another possible work item for P3 - a white paper exploring explicit
user consent, when is recommended, when not, in its absence, what are
equivalent protections, what different legislations impose/forbid, etc
J. Trent Adams wrote:
> All -
> As a reminder, the Leadership Council was asked by the P3WG for guidance
> on what work items we would like to see them tackle. 
> We spent some time on the last teleconference exploring various ideas.
> The result of the discussion was that we would send around what we
> captured on the call to provide an opportunity for additional comment
> from the group.
> Unless it becomes necessary for the LC as a body to officially endorse
> one or more suggestions, the tenor of the discussion was that we would
> provide these as input the P3WG so that they could consider them on
> their own. Below are the suggestions as captured on the call.
> NOTE: In order to facilitate follow-up discussion, each suggestion is
> attributed to the person who proposed it. Please feel free to correct
> the record if I've inaccurately captured your comments.
> 1. Eve: As illuminated by the GSA/ICAM Identity
> Trust Framework, perhaps the P3WG could explore
> Agreements", perhaps coordinating with IAWG.
> 2. Joe: Following the work of Jeff Jonas about the
> privacy concerns related to "Space Time Travel" ,
> perhaps the P3WG could consider authoring a white
> paper addressing related privacy issues.
> 3. Brett: How to manage liaisons with other external
> bodies with respect to privacy standards (eg. privacy
> maturity capability model at ISO/IEC 29190) 
> 4. Colin: Perhaps the P3WG could provide a proactive
> scan across KI WGs to look for various privacy issues
> and raise flags.
> 5. Bob: Perhaps the P3WG could explore producing a
> white paper on what kind of assurance levels could
> be assigned to various government operations
> (presumably focused on the U.S. government).
> 6. Brett: A useful tool would be a published and
> maintained list of key international public policy
> debates on Identity (i.e. who is doing what work
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