We previously wrote in regards to the Dataportability Healthcare Taskforce endorsing the Health Data Bill of Rights. We are now pleased to announce that the Dataportability project is officially endorsing the Health Data Bill of Rights as stated below ….
In an era when technology allows personal health information to be more easily stored, . . . → Read More: Dataportability officially endorses the Health Data Bill of Rights
Back in January, I wrote how it’s time to criminalise the password anti-pattern. The password anti-pattern is where service A requires you to enter your service B username and password so service A can act for you with your B service. It teaches you how to be phished, and the only way to resolve . . . → Read More: Lobby against the password anti-pattern
FROM: Daniela Barbosa, DataPortability Project chair, TO: DataPortability Project Members and Supporters RE: Quarterly Plenary Meeting- Q2 09
As per our 2009 strategic goals, the Steering Group of the DataPortability Project will be responsible for quarterly plenary meetings to engage the community more with what we are doing. The plenary is an important part . . . → Read More: DataPortability Project Plenary Quarterly Meeting – Q2 09 July 21st 16:00 – 17:00 UTC
Yesterday, social aggregator POWER.COM filed a countersuit against Facebook that raises some thorny issues for Facebook and adds some interesting defenses for the case of data portability and personal data ownership. It is not yet clear from reading the pleadings whether either party will win in this escalating case (there are some key issues and concepts on both sides that a Court will have to wade through), but it is clear the issue of Data Portability comes center stage. . . . → Read More: POWER.COM Serves FACEBOOK a PR HEADACHE, Thrusts DATA PORTABILITY into LEGAL Spotlight
Dataportability has been focusing on Healthcare for almost a year now with its Healthcare Taskforce. Recently, this taskforce came across the Health Data Bill of Rights. In summary, the rights are as follows
In an era when technology . . . → Read More: Improving portability between the practice and the patient