Lyon

  

Lyon MyData & PIMS meeting, June 19–20, 2018

Venue:  TUBÀ,

145 Cours Lafayette

69006 Lyon-6E-Arrondissement

Contact Antti 'Jogi' Poikola antti.poikola@aalto.fi or Sarah Medjek smedjek@fing.org

 REGISTER HERE (for free)

MyData is getting established as an international not-for-profit organisation. The MyData Declaration co-written by the key players in the field last year set the common underlying values for forming the new organisation. Your input is now highly appreciated in shaping its internal and external identity. Lyon meeting is the next important step on that journey, aiming to crystallise the vision, public position and governance for the organisation, and solve the practical matters of getting legally set up.

As agreed in the memorandums of the previous meetings, the organisation aims to become an internationally acknowledged and well-branded authority in the personal data domain. This should happen via building a strong and efficient cross-domain alliance for the businesses and other stakeholder organisations in the human centric personal data domain atop the already well established local hubs network.

In Lyon we are working with the set of
opinion statements regarding the aims and means of the MyData organisation. Please read and comment the statements in the document: http://okf.fi/mydataorg-statements

PART 1: What do we want to change?

PART 2: Who do we represent?

PART 3: What do we do?

PART 4: How could MyData be funded?

PART 5: How should MyData be organised?

The Lyon meeting is open to all individuals and organisations taking an active role in the personal data ecosystem, whether companies or research institutes, regulatory bodies or others. Feel free to pass this invitation to relevant people.

AGENDA Tuesday 19th of June

12pm - Lunch and pre-meetings

LE BISTROT du POTAGER

161 - 163 boulevard de Stalingrad

69006 LYON

+33(0)4 78 93 19 75

Reservation: FING

If you do not find the place, please call to Jogi +358 44 337 5439

3pm - Roundtables “Goals of MyData Organisation” (at TUBA)

  • Welcome and introductions

PART 1: WHAT DO WE WANT TO CHANGE?

What does a world in which MyData is not necessary look like?

5pm - MyData Evening (public event)

  • 5pm - Greetings and introduction from Tubà
  • 5.15pm - Get to know the meetup hosts !
  • MyData, a network and a conference” by Antti Poikola from Aalto University and Open Knowledge Finland
  • “MesInfos, a live size experiment of the MyData Model in France” by the MesInfos team from Fing
  • 6pm “What is happening on the ground ? A panel of local hubs and major players from the MyData Community” [Facilitator : John Sperryn]
  • Berit Naomi Skjernaa (Copenhague hub)
  • Liz-Brandt  (Control Shift)
  • Jaap Kuipers & Wil Janssen (Amsterdam hub)

7pm - Cocktail/networking

A light dinner with drinks will be offered to the participants

AGENDA Wednesday 20th of June

9am - Community meetup over breakfast

  • Starting words and recap’ from yesterday by Antti Poikola

  • Open space for short presentations from the international network.

9.30am - Parallel workshops: “Make it Happen - Building MyData Organisation”

PART 2: WHO DO WE REPRESENT?

Who can or should be members and what are the membership criteria of the organisation?

3x 30 min.

PART 3: WHAT DO WE DO?

                 

There are several paths towards the same goals. Which activities MyData organisation should focus?

PART 4: HOW MYDATA COULD BE FUNDED?

How is the organisation funded? What are the fees for different kinds of members?

PART 5: HOW SHOULD MYDATA BE ORGANISED?

How is the organisation governed to guarantee fair, balanced and efficient decision making?

12pm - Lunch

1pm - Workshops continue “Building MyData Organisation”

2pm - Presenting and concluding - Lyon Memorandum

4pm - End of the meeting


After the Lyon MyData & PIMS meeting, there is a chance to join

Mesinfos Open Conference - Sharing the power of personal data

June 21

9.30am to 5.30pm

Musée des Confluences

86 quai Perrache, 69002 Lyon - France

(The event will be in French, but real time translation will be available)

Fing, Lyon City and their partners invite you to discuss the outcomes of the MesInfos pilot: a unique project that aims to put the power of personal data in the hands of the individuals they concern, the embodiment of the Mydata model in France!

So join us on the 21st of June to learn from the experience of MesInfos’ 2000 users, its industrial partners and the developers ; to understand the potential and challenges of Self Data/MyData for all parties, how it relates to the new data portability right within GDPR; and to map the way forward for companies, local communities and public agencies.

You can already register here, the event is free to participate.