6 responses to “Introducing User Driven Services”

  1. Beyond Data Ownership to Information Sharing

    [...] We’re building on the principles and conversations of Vendor Relationship Management and User Driven Services to create an industry standard for a legal and technical solution to individually-driven [...]

  2. ProjectVRM Blog » VRM Mojo Working

    [...] We’re building on the principles and conversations of Vendor Relationship Management and User Driven Services to create an industry standard for a legal and technical solution to individually-driven [...]

  3. User Driven Services: 10. Duty of Care

    [...] This article is part of a series. It is the tenth of ten characteristics of User Driven Services: [...]

  4. » VRMomentum ProjectVRM

    [...] Don & Martha, if you’re reading this, check out VRM and the Four Party System. (Also find more background on VRM here, here and here.)  And look here for some examples of efforts that qualify as “privacy intermediaries.” I think Azigo, Kynetx, MyDex, Paoga, SwitchBook and TrustFabric are all in that ball park, each with different roles. (For more on that park, see Joe Andrieu’s series on user driven services.) [...]

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  6. Facebook as Personal Data Store

    [...] our favorite websites for different online activities. As those sites open up their data with a user-driven permissions mechanism, they become personal data stores. So, whether it’s YouTube for videos, [...]

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