[WG-P3] Privacy Framework Update and Call for Participation in Privacy Principle Analysis
mark at smartspecies.com
Wed Mar 2 10:27:12 EST 2011
For those who were not on the call last week we have moved forward to
start analysis of privacy principles in relation to the development of
a trust framework.
We decided on the last call to review privacy principles in the
context of credential management by service parties and relying
parties in federated identity management.
So far we have some volunteers to review some of the principles. We
are now looking for volunteers to analyse/summaries the remaining
principles in the context of a trust framework.
As a privacy framework is a critical component of trust framework
P3 and SG-PF are calling on people who intend to participate to step
forward and put some effort into the analysis needed to build privacy
into the core of a Trust Framework. If you are able to volunteer
please select one of the following and email me your choice.
> Remaining principles to be researched:
> collection limitations
> access and correction
> prevention of harm
To help people get started Anna S has created a privacy principle
template and the ISTPA document provides a comparative analysis of
these principles already to get people stated from the same place.
What is required is the further analysis of these principles and how
they may be useful for building a privacy framework.
Here is a link to the template, . I have uploaded it on the WIKI, as
well I have added one addition section to the template.
- Analysis of Principle and its relevance to Trust Framework
Here a link to the ISTPA - Operational Analysis of Privacy Principles
TIP: Just type your principle into the search box in the pdf reader
and most of the information you need will easily be found in this
document. If anyone has any questions or comments please email me or
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