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Calling MK citizens – come and talk Personal Data

Rachel Coignac-Smith, Friday 5 Sep 2014

If you care about how your Personal Information is used and want to be involved in the thinking that will help shape the public and private services that citizens engage with online, these workshops will allow you to explore some live use cases and propose solutions.

22nd September 2014 3.30 to 5.30pm Register here

23rd September 2014 12.00 to 2.00 pm Register Here

24th September 2014 6.00 – 8.00 pm Register Here

Venue: 4th Floor, Berril Building, the Open University Walton Hall Campus.

Aligned to the MK:Smart project, the Open University (KMi/MCT) and Milton Keynes Council are engaged in a 3 month feasibility study with govt and other agencies on Personal Information. We want to make sure that the voice of MK citizens is heard. Your Personal Information includes age, gender, ethnicity, address, location, financial, opinion and health information amongst others
 
A new market is emerging for Personal Information Management Services (PIMS) – services that help individuals gather, manage and use information (including personal information) to make better decisions and manage their lives better. This market is forecast to be larger than the UK automotive industry. To be part of the activity that will shape this market, help the OU be at the forefront of this thinking.

 Parking is free
 Refreshments are provided
 Expenses will be reimbursed (details on request)

For more information contact:
alan.fletcher@open.ac.uk
rachel.yarrien@open.ac.uk

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