DEF Yearbook 2013 - The Value of Personal Data

The value of personal data has traditionally been understood in ethical terms as a safeguard for personality rights such as human dignity and privacy. However, we have entered an era where personal data are mined, traded and monetized in the process of creating added value - often in terms of free services including effi cient search, support for social networking and personalized communications. This volume investigates whether the economic value of personal data can be realized without compromising privacy, fairness and contextual integrity. It brings scholars and scientists from the disciplines of computer science, law and social science together with policymakers, engineers and entrepreneurs with practical experience of implementing personal data management. The resulting collection will be of interest to anyone concerned about privacy in our digital age, especially those working in the fi eld of personal information management, whether academics, policymakers, or those working in the private sector.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Foreword by Robert Madelin

Introduction by Mireille Hildebrandt, Kieron O’Hara, Michael Waidner

 
PART I BACKGROUND

Chapter I - Die Aufklärung in the Age of Philosophical Engineering, Bernard Stiegler (translation Daniel Ross)

Chapter 2 - Personal Data: Changing Selves, Changing Privacies, Charles Ess, HallvardFossheim

 
PART II: THE NEED FOR PRIVACY

Chapter 3 - Not So Liminal Now: The Importance of Designing Privacy Features Across a Spectrum of Use, Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Joseph Reddington

Chapter 4 - Privacy Value Network Analysis, Adam Joinson and David Houghton

Chapter 5 - The Personal Data Ecosystem (PDE): A Privacy By Design Approach to the Pursuit of Radical Control, Ann Cavoukian

Chapter 6 - Personal Information Markets AND Privacy: A New Model to Solve the Controversy, Alexander Novotny, Sarah Spiekerman

 

PART III: ARCHITECTURES FOR PDMS AND PDES

Chapter 7 - Online Privacy: Towards Informational Self-Determination on the Net, Simone Fischer-Huebner, Chris Hoofnagle, Ioannis Krontiris, Kai Rannenberg, Michael Waidner

Chapter 8 - Personal Information Dashboard: Putting the Individual Back in Control, JohannesBuchmann, Maxi Nebel, Alexander Rossnagel, Fatemeh Shirazi, Harvais Simo, Michael Waidner

Chapter 9 - Towards Effective Consent-Based Control of Personal Data, Edgar Whitley

 

PART IV: OTHER SOURCES OF DATA

Chapter 10: Open Data Protection: Challenges, Perspectives and Tools for the Reuse of Public Sector Information, Ugo Pagallo and Eleonora Bassi

Chapter 11: Open Data: a New Battle in an Old War Between Access and Privacy, Katleen Janssen and Sara Hugelier

Chapter 12: Midata: Towards a Personal Data Revolution, Nigel Shadbolt

 

PART V: PERSONAL DATA MANAGEMENT: EXAMPLES AND OVERVIEW

Chapter 13: A User-Centred Approach to the Data Dilemma: Context, Architecture, and Policy, M.-H. Carolyn Nguyen, Peter Haynes, Sean Maguire, Jeffrey Friedberg

Chapter 14: Life Management Platforms: Control and Privacy for Personal Data, Martin Kuppinger, Dave Kearns

Chapter 15: Digital Enlightenment, Mydex and Restoring Control over Personal Data to the Individual, William Heath, David Alexander, Phil Booth

Chapter 16: Personal Data Management – A Structured Discussion, Jacques Bus, Carolyn Nguyen

 

Afterword by Kim Cameron