HAT Briefing Paper Consultation
The HAT is a research project on engineering a market for personal data and therefore, designing the economic and business models relevant for this market. As such, we do not have many of the answers.
However, over the course of the research, we have done some substantial work and made decisions so that we can move forward to realising the vision. The work done is now articulated in three briefing papers, which are now open for consultation:
- Briefing Paper 1: Engineering a Market for Personal Data: The Hub-of-all-Things (HAT)
- Briefing Paper 2: The Hub-of-all Things (HAT): Economic Model of the Multi-Sided Market Platform and Ecosystem
- Briefing Paper 3: The Hub-of-all-Things (HAT) Code of Practice on Personal Data
All three papers should be read in sequence for a full understanding of the project.
We would appreciate your feedback on these three papers, which you can provide in the comment box for this post. Specifically, please comment on:
- The logic, thought processes and methods used to arrive at the decisions in engineering the market for personal data
- What we might have missed, or should include in our decisions for engineering the market
- How should we move forward with this
- Any other comments on contributions you think would be useful for the team
- Where we did a good job, and where you think we can do better.
Consultation for this will end on 15 May 2015. Please share this post widely.