Date

2018-11-14

Status of Minutes


DRAFT

Approved at: <<Insert link to minutes showing approval>>

Agenda

  1. Call to order
    1. Roll Call & Determination of quorum status
    2. Agenda bashing
    3. Kantara Organization updates 
  2. WG Motions
  3. Discussion 
  4. Upcoming conferences and events
  5. All Other Business (AOB)
  6. Adjourn

Attendees

Voting

Non-Voting

Regrets

Quorum Status


Meeting was <<<>>> quorate


Voting participants

Participant roster (CMS) - Quorum is 4 of 6 as of 2018-04-02

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

Discussion Items


Time

Item

Who

Notes

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


  • Please review these blogs offline for current status on Kantara and all the DG/WG:

  • Colin: ISO SC 27/WG 5 item
    • ISO 29184 Privacy Notices and Consent - is at the last committee draft stage
    • The general plan was for Kantara to contribute the Kantara Consent Receipt spec into this work
    • Colin has asked the WG 5 mailing list about this idea - low response but generally positive
    • The deadline for submissions is around February 24, 2019 - need to assign editor time to it
5 minWG Motions
Quorum required 
Chair

Moved by:

Seconded:

Discussion:

Result:


5 min

Introductions

All

Welcome!


30 minDiscussion on document draftingCorné

The draft is in a Google doc - feel free to comment - Chairs and Editor will control acceptance of material.

  • Review this Powerpoint deck
  • Corné gave an overview of the process steps iWelcome goes through during customer workshops. 
    • The workshops deal with Information Management, data flows, and eventually what user consents are required by the customer systems.
    • They talk about the customer journey (UI and consumer facing) and the iWelcome digital platform (API and platform facing)
    • Definethe data model, the data processing purposes and consumer control capabilities
    • They discover the mandatory minimum data to deliver the service; data processed under other legal bases (collection is permitted but not mandatory); voluntary data where consent is needed
    • Q: Noted that "workforce" is listed in the first slide - do the workshops cover employee data? Normally the workshops are directed at the 'consumer' interaction. 
    • ACTION: The Employee use case should be covered in the consent use cases.
    • They work through the customer journey to define the data model - registration and initial data collection, data collection at later stages
    • The process highlights where additional data is wanted by the company but is not in the data model - requires further analysis by the team
    • The workshop then defined processing purposes for each of Mandatory, Other legal basis, and Voluntary data collection/processing
    • Note that these analysis processes are independent of the specific architecture implemented
    • Corné showed how the metadata could be used to give transparency and user controls in the mobile UI
    • Q: Should there be a "consent notice" in addition to the "privacy notice"?
    • Patterns that we should analyse
      • One time data collection, single use
      • One time data collection, multiple use
      • Periodic data collection
      • 'Continuous' data collection from a data connection
FYIDiscussion on the Interview QuestionsAll

The first draft of the interview questions is in a Google doc - please comment.

5 minUpcoming conferences and eventsAndrew

Events that Kantara will have an active role: https://kantarainitiative.org/events/

  • Corné presented a draft WG timeline leading up to EIC in May
5 minAOBChair
  • At the Kantara member member meeting - Paul Knowles presented the Blinding Identity Taxonomy and Schema Overlays - put on the agenda for a future meeting

AdjournChair

Next WG meeting Wednesday, November 21, 2018 10:00 Eastern Standard Time / 14:00 GMT