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The need for a new personal data infrastructure

In our last blog we argued that the core issue with personal data today is not a matter of ‘policy’ (the policies and practices organisations adopt when they collect and use personal data) but a structural issue which requires a structural solution. Under today’s status quo, the only entities collecting and using personal data are large organisations. This is highly [...]

Why so much debate about personal data misses the point

Ten years ago, when we were setting up Mydex we published a White Paper — The Case for Information Empowerment the rise of Personal Data Stores — which set out our raison d’etre and vision. A lot has happened since then: the rise of the Silicon Valley giants, the Snowden affair, a love affair with ‘Big Data’, the new European [...]

Digital Identity in the UK: The cost of doing nothing

I often find it hard to believe that in an age of ubiquitous smart phones, each with voice recognition software and either facial recognition or finger print scanner included, that I so often have to prove who I am in person by taking along passports, utility bills and driving licenses with me to be checked. Not [...]

Cost of Doing Nothing

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This white paper explores the potential costs associated with a continued failure to develop better digital identity solutions in the UK. It sets out the potential costs of inaction, identifies the drivers shaping future identity needs, and draws on international experience to begin to explore potential solutions if the [...]