The Age of Public Privacy
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and the guidance on transparency and consent from the Art29 Working Party (ref) makes it clear that privacy is moving from self-regulation to open co-regulation, or Public Privacy.
Public Privacy is disrupting business practices and the expectation of people when it comes to use of rights and the protection of privacy. To reduce risk and enable your services to meet Privacy 2.0 expectations, the use of standards and best practices for privacy and security are required in systems development.
Starting February OpenConsent is testing new privacy hero technologies,
Privacy Innovation: International Consent & Data Transfers
OpenConsent is committed to using open public privacy standards to provide international privacy transparency.
The DNA of the founders and everything we do at OC set the stage for developing public privacy services.
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
Standards for Public Privacy
OpenConsent applies the combination of global standards, specifications, and law to provide services that conform to public & international privacy requirements.
- Utilising open and international standards that are public reduces the liability of privacy practices and increase the amount of services that will work for that individual.
- Technology is becoming ubiquitous and so will privacy and digital consent
- International standards are what is we use to audit the privacy notices and the transparency of services.