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Wed29Aug2018Fri31Aug2018Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland
Kantara members will be turning up in force to this event.
Wednesday August 29th, 3pm – 4.15pm: The Consent & Information Sharing Work Group will demonstrate Interoperability of Consent Receipts in the Consent in Action track.
In the last week of August, leading personal data professionals from around the world and across the spectrum of businesses, startups, technology developers, legal and policy experts, social scientists and activists will gather for the third annual MyData conference in Helsinki.
Key topics covered include MyData business models, use cases of GDPR implementation, challenges and solutions in interoperability, the ethics of artificial intelligence, and using collective personal data for societal good. Explore the program.
The core idea of MyData is that individuals should be in control of their own data. The MyData approach aims at strengthening digital human rights while opening new opportunities for businesses to develop innovative personal data based services built on mutual trust. It provides the ways to implement parts of the GDPR – like data portability and consent management.