11M/ Identification Minimization and other Respectful Tech Principles

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Identification Minimization and Other Respectful Tech Principles

Wednesday 11M

Convener: Lisa LeVasseur

Notes-taker(s): Lisa LeVasseur

Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:

  1. RespectfulTech, #IdentificationMinimization

Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps

In this session, I presented the Me2B Alliance’s Attributes for Respectful Me2B Commitments using this deck: https://ooqc943yvdw4abzes1q1ezta-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/intro-me2b-spec-iis-101321.pdf

The purpose of the session was to introduce the principle of Identification Minimization and to get feedback on whether or not it resonated with people in the Identity space. Consensus was that it did resonate.

Clarifying discussion around:

  • The difference between Identification Minimization and Data Collection Minimization,

  • How the Me2BA tests for identification minimization,

  • How the Me2BA standard for safe and respectful technology needs additional context/testing to better understand industry/sector technology behavioral norms to determine where the “passing” threshold is or should be.