[MyData & Open Data] The Forum d’Avignon launches a Preliminary Declaration on the digital human rights #DDHN
erik.hjalmar.josefsson at gmail.com
Fri Sep 26 09:43:15 UTC 2014
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I am much more sceptical than Antti :-)
I don't understand what problem the ddhn-initiative is trying to solve.
What exactly is missing form the current catalogue of rights that needs
to be fixed?
I am also sceptical regarding the timing of this initiative as the GDPR,
which is the real thing, is pending.
I also miss the "the right to connect" from (one of the many preceding)
initiatives like the Barcelona Declaration:
And, from a quick read through, how do you reconcile point 5 and 8?
5. Any exploitation of the data - data or creative works of any
individual requires his free, prior, informed, time-limited and
8. Cooperation between civil society and businesses - is required to put
the human being back at the center of a trustworthy society, aided by
the reasonable use of disclosed and inferred personal data.
Now, what exactly is "inferred personal data"(p 8) ? Does "reversible
consent" (p 5) apply to "inferred personal data"?
Is anyone of the authors/backers of ddhn here on this list that can answer?
P.S. A British spell checker picks out "center". Is the origin of this
text the US? D.S.
On 09/26/2014 11:10 AM, Antti Jogi Poikola wrote:
> Great work, I would like to see the individuals own right to get and use
> the data about him much stronger in the declaration:
> 4. Everyone has the right to inspect and control
> -> inspection is something, but actual rights and means to get the data and
> use it would be highly important
> 6. The users of personal data,
> whatever their level of accountability, including States, public and
> private authorities, companies and individuals, shall show total
> transparency in the collection and use of any individual’s data, and *shall
> facilitate each individual’s access to his data*, as well as its
> traceability, confidentiality and security. #transparency_of_the_uses
> -> here the access is somewhat hidden in between many other things - I
> would like to see access and right to use in the heading level.
> On 26 September 2014 08:33, Dazza Greenwood <dazza at civics.com> wrote:
>> Interesting! Glad to learn of this but the file as displayed appears
>> to be an image and (on my device at least) cuts off the text on the
>> right margin.
>> Can you share a link to a version of these data principles in plain
>> simple pure text format and from an authoritative source?
>> - Dazza
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Sep 25, 2014, at 6:53 PM, Mattias OKFSE <mattias at okfn.se> wrote:
>>> Have you seen this? Can I have your inputs on it?
>>> What do you think? If you don't like it - what would you change about it?
>>> What are your thoughts around the organisation, process for the document
>>> drafting and the partnering organisations?
>>> Best regards,
>>> Community Manager
>>> Open Knowledge Sweden
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>>> mydata-open-data at lists.okfn.org
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