Fair data!

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Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - Rise Acreo, Kista
Funding from Vinnova SEK 10 000 000
Project duration June 2017 - November 2019
Status Ongoing
Venture Challenge-driven innovation - Phase 2 Collaboration
Call Challenge-driven innovation - Stage 2 Collaboration 2017 (spring)

Purpose and goal

In order to meet user concerns about integrity infringement and support individual companies in how to collect and use data from users, when the new data protection regulation (GDPR) is introduced in 2018, it is necessary to investigate and establish strategies that promote trust from an integrity perspective based on legal, ethical and business requirements. The purpose of the project is to create user data-based business development that promotes trust and to lay the foundation for an integrity certification.

Expected results and effects

The project examines the conditions for business development based on user data (main goals) with the following solutions (sub-goals): 1. Guidelines for commercial management and use of user data according to GDPR, ethical principles and business requirements 2. An internet panel and pilots for the measurement of user-generated traffic data 3. Support for an integrity certification Fair data! 4. New or improved products and business solutions In Step 3, the results are used to implement the integrity certification Fair Data!

Planned approach and implementation

In Step 2, we further develop solutions identified in Step 1 and meet the societal challenge ´Information society´ in the areas of reliability, accessibility and openness for individuals and society. The project is organized in 4 collaborative work packages (WPs): WP0: Project Coordination and Administration WP1: Integrity evaluation WP2: Pilots WP3: Business Development In collaboration with the stakeholders, the project will develop solutions to manage user data in a manner that preserves the user´s integrity in line with the new legislation.

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