MyData 2018 Programme Lead
Advocate and experimenter of openness in society. Researcher at Aalto University, founding member of the MyData Global Network and Open Knowledge Finland association and trustee at the Sovrin Foundation.
Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola is the programme lead of the MyData conferences, he is the main author for the MyData white paper published by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications and currently he is preparing PhD thesis on the MyData movement.
I love to engage with the wide MyData community via Slack: http://mydata.org/slack
Suddenly, the whole world gets “digital”. The world’s biggest corporations are tech companies, agribusiness say they are data companies, car manufacturers think of themselves as telcos, every CEO is worried about data protection, cyber attack is one of the greatest challenges for international security, and AI is upending everything and everyone. MyData is a dangerous […]
The “MyData Big Words Fishbowl discussions” build deeper shared understanding of the most profound concepts used in the MyData discussions. In this second session we tackle Balance and Rights. BALANCE One of the heaviest and most controversial burdens brought by the new data protection regulation, is the task of the companies to achieve a balance […]
Conference opening in Helsinki! Gather to main stage to give the conference a very best start. Get advice from the organizers on how to get most out of the great three-days event! Hear a motivated keynote! Learn the big picture – how is MyData positioned in the world? Cultural and Cognitive Rebuilding for the Digital […]
We know about the content of EU General Data Protection Regulation, and other personal data related new regulations and policies. How the legal text turns into societal impact and what is the future with fast technological development? President of the Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy Willem Debeuckelaere shares his insights on the citizen […]
The “MyData Big Words Fishbowl discussions” build deeper shared understanding of the most profound concepts used in the MyData discussions. In the first session we tackle Trust and Agency. TRUST In a world of data driven business and technological developments, trust frameworks are the key elements in achieving benefits for both individuals and the industry. […]
Interoperability in the management of consent will allow safe, seamless sharing of personal data for individuals. In this session we will explore the role of consent in the GDPR, the practical implications of compliance and see standards-based approaches to consent management in action. GDPR: How to Tackle Consent and Preference Management Jacob Eborn, OneTrust Consent […]