Our Presentations and Publications:
This was the first time I Presented about the Spectrum of Identity. I have since given this talk a few times…it has improved.
November 22, 2011 – Brussels
Kaliya Hamlin presented on pseudonyms and identity on November 22, 2011 in Brussels.
November 2 – Brussels
Kaliya Hamlin took advantage of being in Brussels to visit the headquaters of SWIFT and gave a talk at lunchtime to over 100 employees. She practiced her TED talk and went on to share some of the key aspects of the ecosystem.
October 23-25, 2011 – Ontario, Canada
Kaliya Hamlin presented about the emerging Personal Data Ecosystem and participated in a panel about new media literacies, including identity and data management.
September 20-24 – Toronto
Mary Hodder spoke at SIBOS about a new Digital Asset Grid that SWIFT would create to open the infrastructure for Personal Data, away from proprietary Silos to one where anyone could share personal data in a controlled and secure manner, with proper rights, and accountability.
July 12, 2011
Kaliya Hamlin moderated a panel called: Platforms for Personal Data with Evan Prodromou from Status.net, Tara Hunt from Buyosphere.com, and Eric Lagier from MemoLane.
Evan Prodromou from Status.net a personal publishing platform
Tara Hunt from Buyosphere.com a tool for gaining value from your purchasing data
Eric Lagier from MemoLane a tool for visualizing posts to social media sites (twitter, flicker,facebook).
June 27, 2011 – Boston
Kaliya Hamlin was invited by NIST to present at the NSTIC Privacy Workshop (PDF) on a panel Privacy-Enhancing Technologies, Usability and the End User Experience. The Moderator was Dazza Greenwood, eCitizen Foundation and panelists included: Jeffrey Friedberg, Chief Trust Architect, Microsoft, Ken Mortenson, Chief Privacy Officer, CVS Caremark, John Clippinger, The Law Lab at Harvard, Seth Schoen, Staff Technologist, Electronic Foundation (EFF) and Dawn Jutla, Professor, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax. You can see Kaliya Hamlin’s slides here.
June 3-5 2011, Berlin
Kaliya Hamlin attended this summit, along with Markus Sabadelo and Henrik Biering. Markus and Henrik agreed to act as liaisons between the PDEC community and the Federated Social Web (FSW) efforts as FSW moves into the W3C.