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Results of Questionnaire Data Privacy Controls and Vocabularies Workshop Expression of Interest

The results of this questionnaire are available to anybody. In addition, answers are sent to the following email address: team-privacyws-submit@w3.org

This questionnaire was open from 2017-12-10 to 2018-01-15.

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  1. Bio
  2. Your goals
  3. Workshop Goals
  4. Your interests
  5. Other Thoughts

1. Bio

Please tell us your background, your ideas and use cases around privacy, data protection and compliance or around linked data. List whichever identities you prefer (e.g nicknames or social media handles), your affiliations, and include links to your personal or professional web resources.

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2. Your goals

What are your goals in attending this workshop?

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Responder Your goals

3. Workshop Goals

What goals or outcomes do you think the workshop should focus on to be productive?

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4. Your interests

What topics are you most interested in? Please rank the topics below for relevance and importance.

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Don’t mind
Vocabularies to model privacy policies, regulations, and involved (business) processes
Identity management vocabularies
Modeling personal data usage, processing, sharing, and tracking
Interlinking aspects of privacy and provenance
Modeling consent and making it transportable
New ways to put the user in control benefiting from semantic interoperability of policy information
Modeling permissions, obligations, and their scope
Reasoning about formally declared privacy policies
Exploring links and synergies using Linked Data vocabularies in the context of related efforts
Visualizations of data and policy information to help data self determination

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Responder Vocabularies to model privacy policies, regulations, and involved (business) processesIdentity management vocabulariesModeling personal data usage, processing, sharing, and tracking Interlinking aspects of privacy and provenance Modeling consent and making it transportable New ways to put the user in control benefiting from semantic interoperability of policy informationModeling permissions, obligations, and their scope Reasoning about formally declared privacy policies Exploring links and synergies using Linked Data vocabularies in the context of related efforts Visualizations of data and policy information to help data self determination Comments

5. Other Thoughts

Please let us know any other information or thoughts you have about blockchains, the Web, or standardization opportunities. Feel free to include links to longer essays or other information you think should be considered at the workshop.

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