Information Lifecycle

Thursday, March 20, 2014

The citizen who is the source of data and the collector of that data, interface at the five points, namely, Ⓐ, Ⓑ, Ⓒ, Ⓓ and Ⓔ as shown in the information lifecycle diagram below

B 3. citizen agrees to TOS Terms of Service (TOS) ¨C61C ¨C62C ¨C63C ¨C64C 1. citizen signs up with collector ¨C65C 2. collector informs citizen ¨C66C A citizens consent ¨C67C 4. citizen uploads data to collector 5. collector cleans data ¨C68C ¨C69C 6. collector offer data & vis to citizen ¨C70C C citizen engagement ¨C33C ¨C34C ¨C71C 7. prepares data for publishing ¨C72C D data packaging 8. aggregates all citizen's data ¨C73C ¨C41C 9. reuser wants data ¨C74C 10. collector offers DUA data reuse ¨C75C ¨C76C E 11. reuser signs DUA ¨C48C ¨C49C reuser ¨C50C collector ¨C51C citizens ¨C77C 12. reuses data per citizens consent ¨C78C ¨C79C

A: Explore the potential of changing the conversation from the imperative of protecting privacy to the benefits of sharing. I call this Citizens Consent.

B: Demystify the terms of data collection, sharing, access, and reuse by simplifying terms of services (TOS), privacy and sharing policies.

C: Engage the citizens by involving them in the management and interpretation of the data sourced from them.

D: Change the way data are collected and packaged for redistribution and sharing.

E: Demystify the Data Use Agreements (DUA).