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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

On the Open Digital Policy blog: our proposal for a set of standardised personal data licenses

I really don't think I can summarise this any more than suggesting if you're at all interested in personal data and privacy I would be chuffed if you scoot over to the Open Digital Policy Blog and read our proposal for a standardised personal data scheme.

The draft standardised personal data licenses icons. we intend to make extensive use of iconography to aid recognition and protect all icons as our trade marks, licensing them only to companies who agree to certain conditions on their use.  Trade marks are necessary to control how our icons are used. In order to avoid accusations of profiteering, we will hold the trade marks in trust, promising to allow any qualifying international organisation (e.g. such as the W3C – the Worldwide Web Consortium) to take ownership in the event of widespread adoption.  
TM. A visualisation of Privacy Footprint, part of the proposed standardised personal data scheme.  
@JamesFirth

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