On July 28, I will be speaking at Identiverse with the title: So You Want to Base on Consent?」. This title was inspired by Glenn Gould’s “So You Want to Write a Fugue” (1963). The song starts like:
So you want to write a fugue?Glenn Gould: So you want to write a fugue (1963)
You’ve got the Urge to write a fugue,
You’ve got the nerve to write a fugue,
So go ahead.
and provides various technques used in Fugue.
If you replace “want to write a fugue” with “want to base on Consent”, you will see some ideas behind it.
So you want to base on Consent?
You’ve got the urge to base on Consent,
You’ve got the nerve to base on Consent,
So go ahead.
Monday, July 27, 12:30 – 12:55 (Mountain Time)
So You Want to Base on Consent?
Many people seem to believe that having their customers pressing “Agree” button is good enough to collect their “consent”. That’s actually not the case. Obtaining privacy consent has very high bar partly because that is the exception mechanism that you can resort to only when other lawful bases for the processing of personal data does not work.
This session will briefly touch on other lawful bases and what is needed for potentially valid consent, then goes on to explain the requirements for privacy notice and consent process set out in “ISO/IEC 29184 Online privacy notices and consent”.
ISO/IEC 29184 is an international standard that has been in making for the last 5 years. Stakeholders involved in the discussion included data protection authorities around the globe, technical community, lawyers, and businesses. It sets out the requirements for 1) What are needed to be in a privacy notice, 2) What are needed to be done in obtaining the consent, 3) What are needed to be done in the maintenance of privacy notices. For any business that wants to respect customer privacy, this document provides excellent guidance on what needs to be followed.
Speaker/s: Nat Sakimura
Sub Topic: Standards, Architecture & Deployment, Consumer Identity, User Experience, Vision & Strategy