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Meeting minutes and notes are DRAFT until approved by the WG voting members. Use this section to link to the meeting minutes that recorded the approval motion.


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  1. Call to order
    1. Roll Call & Determination of quorum status
    2. Agenda bashing
    3. Kantara Organization updates 
  2. WG Motions
    1. Motion to approve << links to meeting notes needing approval >>
  3. Presentation/Demo - Joss Langford - OASIS COEL TC (Classification Of Everyday Life)
  4. Presentation and discussion of initial Table of Contents - Corné
  5. Upcoming conferences and events
  6. All Other Business (AOB)
  7. Adjourn



  •  Corné van Rooij, John Wunderlich, Andrew Hughes, Jim Pasquale


  •  Joss Langford, David Turner, Jaap Franke, Chris Pointer



Quorum Status

Meeting was quorate

Voting participants

Participant roster - Quorum is 4 of 7 as of 2018-03-21

(Voting status: Corné van Rooij, Jim Pasquale, Julian Ranger, Andrew Hughes, Tony Fish, Pushpalanka Jayawardhana, John Wunderlich)

Discussion Items





5 min
  • Call to order
  • Roll call
  • Agenda bashing
  • Organization updates

5 minWG Motions
Quorum required 

Motion to approve DRAFT 2018-03-07 Meeting notes, DRAFT 2018-03-21 Meeting notes, DRAFT 2018-02-21 Meeting Notes Consent Management Solutions WG

Moved by: John Wunderlich

Seconded: Jim Pasquale

Result: Motion carried

5 min


15 min

Presentation/Demo - OASIS COEL TC (Classification Of Everyday Life)

Joss Langford
  • Joss presented an overview of the COEL Standard taxonomy and structure. Gave a demo of how this might look for management of consents.
  • It is quite useful for personal data store applications
  • Q: Who is using COEL? A: Apps that are analysing behaviors, for example in wearables space. Also IoT space - it allows recording of what people actually do, not what they say they do. Pseudo-Anonymization is critical.
  • Q: Who controls the pseudonymization? A: the Data Controller has access to the PII - allows a separation between the identified individual and the record of consent
  • See:
15 min

Presentation and discussion of initial Table of Contents


Corné introduced the first version of the table of contents for the WG publication.

  • The ToC will be circulated to the WG list
5 minUpcoming conferences and eventsAndrew

Events that Kantara will have an active role:

5 minAOBChair
  • myData conference Helsinki - the WG will submit a proposal to the Interoperability track - due April 5


Next WG meeting Wednesday, April 18, 2018 10:00 Eastern Daylight Time / 15:00 BST

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