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# [[User Private Information]] is the information about a user that the user wishes to remain private, as opposed to User Public Information which is accessible online, irrespective of the user's wishes that it were not so. It seems that the [[GDPR]] with [[Right to be Forgotten]] does not allow for the concept of user Public Information.
 
# [[User Private Information]] is the information about a user that the user wishes to remain private, as opposed to User Public Information which is accessible online, irrespective of the user's wishes that it were not so. It seems that the [[GDPR]] with [[Right to be Forgotten]] does not allow for the concept of user Public Information.
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# Personal Data is used by the [[GDPR]] in a way that seems to mean information.
 
# [[Personally Identifiable Information]] (PII) is a term from ISO. Given that any information about the user can be used to exclude some portion of the population. It is amazing how few attributes are needed to limit the population to a single person who has those attributes.
 
# [[Personally Identifiable Information]] (PII) is a term from ISO. Given that any information about the user can be used to exclude some portion of the population. It is amazing how few attributes are needed to limit the population to a single person who has those attributes.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 11:59, 25 July 2018

Full Title or Meme

Any information about the user, such as, Identifiers, Attributes Validations presented to an Authorization service to control access to a resource, typically digital but possibly physical.

Context

There are many different terms used to address user information. See the references for some of the ones tracked here.

Problems

Solutions

References

  1. User Private Information is the information about a user that the user wishes to remain private, as opposed to User Public Information which is accessible online, irrespective of the user's wishes that it were not so. It seems that the GDPR with Right to be Forgotten does not allow for the concept of user Public Information.
  2. Personal Data is used by the GDPR in a way that seems to mean information.
  3. Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is a term from ISO. Given that any information about the user can be used to exclude some portion of the population. It is amazing how few attributes are needed to limit the population to a single person who has those attributes.