Creating a collaboration and communication platform to service millions of global users conventionally requires the design and resources of a centralized and proprietary nature, managed by a single entity. Users either have to pay or trade privacy and security for the convenience and ubiquity of access. With recent theft and massive lost of user data across well known social networks and other massive centralized public facing platforms, th
Open source projects can have a positive impact on privacy across the web. First, though, we need to understand our very different cultural and legal approaches to privacy, and define what privacy actually means.
Drupal GDPR Module - Exploration of a suite of Drupal specific GDPR tools to help achieve compatibility.
A live demo of the GDPR module and how it can be used by site builders, developers and Data Protection Officers to achieve GDPR compatibility. We will be focusing on the GDPR consent tools and the GDPR field settings that enable a site owner to easily response to subject access requests and requests for erasure.
Beyond GDPR, there is an opportunity to build a competitive advantage. There is PX, the Privacy Experience.
PX is about building trust by giving transparency and control to individuals over the processing of their personal data. By showing them, that they are using a service from the "Good Guys", who care about their personal data, who are responsible and very professional.