data portability


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data portability

Being able to move data from one database or repository to another. It implies that the data are in electronic files that are readily accessible rather than only visually on screen. Otherwise, the data must be retyped word for word into another application and on-screen images must be captured one at a time. Walled gardens prevent data from being easily transferred. See walled garden. Contrast with software portability.
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But we're confident we can offer people even more control through a new generation of data portability tools that protect privacy and support innovation.
Honoring data subject rights, including the right to access, modify and restrict the processing of data, the right to data portability, and the right to be forgotten;
The other investigates issues surrounding firm competition and labor force participation, such as data portability and Universal Basic Income, and evaluates ways to address these issues.
The company provides a financial data portability platform, comprised of a personal financial management app, Moneytree, and a permission-based API feed of customer data for financial institutions, Moneytree LINK.
In addition, consumers can receive and transmit, in a common and machine-readable format, their personal data to another company, through the 'right to data portability' provision of the GDPR.
This is why your data-centric architecture should be designed with multi-cloud in mind--an assumption that you need to manage data across multiple clouds and achieve the data portability and openness to make this possible.
According to The News Minute, the Data Transfer Project was started in 2017 to create an open-source service-to-service data portability platform so all users across the internet could easily move their data between online service providers at any time.
The General Data Protection Regulation has recently raised lots of data protection-related questions in terms of information systems, breaches and secure data portability. Lots of EU-based medium and large companies struggle with the same issues that are found in the public sector.
Questback's functionality enables GDPR compliance across customer, employee and market data including proper consent management, transparency, data portability and data processing.
One key provision of GDPR, the right to data portability, is causing particular confusion.
The GDPR will give Europeans the right to data portability (allowing people, for example, to take their data from one social network to another) and the right not to be subject to decisions based on automated data processing (prohibiting, for example, the use of an algorithm to reject applicants for jobs or loans).
The regulation introduces a wide range of new rights to data subjects, such as the right to access data and the right to be forgotten, as well as new requirements regarding breach notifications, data portability and privacy by design.