WS 03 2021

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29 June 2021 | 12:15-13:15 CEST | Studio C
Consolidated programme 2021 overview / Day 1

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Working title: Data Sovereignty and Trusted Online Identity
Proposals: #10 #21 #92

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Online identities are the key for many digital services. From identifying with health or government services to managing a bank account or just participating in social media, from paying taxes to buying goods, end-users and consumers, identification is essential. But who should control those ids and how can we minimize the personal data exchanged to a minimum that is needed for the services? The recent discussions about vaccination passports have highlighted that this discussion is at the center of the current debate. There are 3 approaches that we would like to discuss here:

  1. Private tech companies provide us with secure electronic identification including two factor security and biometric verification. However, this raises many privacy and data-sovereignty concerns. For example, the Swiss people recently voted against an eID-law that wanted to allow private companies to control the access to government services.
  2. EU-eIDAS regulation (as well as the Swiss ZertES law) have long ago established electronic identification based on a centralized public key infrastructure PKI that has reached very high adoption rates in some countries (e.g. Estonia) and low adoption rates in other countries (e.g. Germany).
  3. The EU-Commission has developed the European Self Services Identity Framework ESSIF, that is handling some of the control back to the citizens and neither to centralized government service nor to private tech companies.

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