Panel: Removing the barriers for personal data management

Nitesh Bharosa, Steven Luitjens, Remco Van Wijk, Theresa Pardo

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Abstract

In our data-driven society, both public and private organisations are struggling with issues regarding privacy and personal data. On the one hand, consumers are required to hand over more and more personal data in return for (free) online services. On the other hand, regulations increasingly demand data minimisation and informed consent. Personal data management is often proposed as a human centric design philosophy that should ultimately allow consumers to gain back control over, and insight in, the processing of personal data. This signals a transition from provider centric to human centric e-societies. The goal of this panel is to explore which roles government, business and knowledge institutes can play in order to enable personal data management. What can and should these parties do? And what should consumers-the users of online services-do?.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research
Subtitle of host publicationGovernance in the Data Age, DG.O 2018
EditorsCharles C. Hinnant, Anneke Zuiderwijk
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)9781450365260
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Governance in the Data Age, DG.O 2018: Governance in the Data Age - Delf, Netherlands
Duration: 30 May 20181 Jun 2018

Conference

Conference19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Governance in the Data Age, DG.O 2018
CountryNetherlands
CityDelf
Period30/05/181/06/18

Keywords

  • EIDs
  • General data protection act
  • Information processing
  • Personal data management

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