Privacy by default, is the promise of Privacy 2.0 which is marked as starting when the Privacy laws become enforceable in the EU May 25th, 2018.
This is when Public Privacy gets an upgrade and privacy regulators are promising more usable privacy rights for people in the digital information age.
Stay tuned for a week of Privacy 2.0 activities and events being planned for May 22-23 in London.
Privacy 2.0 Countdown
OpenConsent is committed to engineering with privacy and identity standards to provide international privacy transparency. In addition, to championing the Kantara Consent Receipt Specification with our OpenConsent liaison partner the Kantara Initiative.
The DNA of everything we do at OC set the stage for developing public privacy services that people can use to interact with people about privacy.
We exist to help organisations and individuals clearly agree what they expect from each other when using digital personal data. It is this fairness and transparency that build's a successful digital economy and society
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Standards for Public Privacy
OpenConsent combines standards, specifications and law, to provide services that enable privacy to perform to public & international privacy requirements.
- OpenConsent works with international privacy and identity standards, to build services that reduce the liability of privacy services that people can use independent of the organisation with law.
- As information Technology is becoming ubiquitous and so will privacy and digital consent