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Saturday, November 21 • 9:00am - 11:30am
London : Consent for Commerce: Session 1: 2 pm GMT

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Session 1: Consent For Commerce - Privacy Day Campaign.
- Discuss the project: Via Slack and video
-- interested in this project join the mithack.slack.com or send an email to m.lizar@openconsentgroup.com with your github name and I will send an invite to slack and add you to the github repo

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 The underlying goal is to experiment with creating a two way policy communication channel between the consent grantor (the person), and the grantee (the organisation)
This Project Hack is meant to be fun and to cover modules of a plan to be presented on Sunday
* 1. the consent legal hack pattern (spreadsheet for creating a button)
* 2. THe UX (wire frame plan, template letter to company and dev time)
* 3. The UX for companies (wire frame plan, template letter to people, deve time)
* 4. The project kit to create more buttons
* 5. The Presentation of the Project

 Roles To Take ON
* Social story
* Button creator
* Legal hacking - legal letter template  - and law referencing
* Open api  - OC - UX
* Presentation
* project kit
*  preferences & user terms
* notes

The Hack-plan is to work on Slack and via video conference to cover these modules over the weekend as we work through a use case for the Privacy Day consent button.  i.e. Health Care Data Access.

Everyone who has an interest and can help with any of the above, from legal hacking notice requirements, to creating instructions, promoting, graphic desings, messaging, strategy,  etc. 

The plan is to model a legal hack using consent, then to create a Hack Project Kit, so that researchers, companies, and organisatons can create a Privacy Day button for their juridiction.

If there is anyone interested in facillitating one of the modules please get in touch as soon as possible to get in the loop so that we can have multiple tracks going through the weekned.

(Note:The London track is not be competing for a prize, but will still be voted on. )


Mark Lizar

From LinkedIn: An entrepreneur and advocate for personal information control on and off the Internet. Involved in various projects from Smart Spaces, Smart Digital Branding and developing Identity Trust in mobile marketing. Co-Founder of the Open Notice Initiative, speak, teach... Read More →

Saturday November 21, 2015 9:00am - 11:30am EST

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