[foaf-dev] Privacy in FOAF
henry.story at bblfish.net
Wed Aug 6 10:31:35 BST 2008
On 6 Aug 2008, at 11:21, Juan Sequeda wrote:
> Lets say I want to have personal info and work info separate. Maybe
> I can
> have a foaf file for work info and keep that inside my firewall, and
> then my
> personal one public? But then I have two foaf files. Is there a
> better way
> of doing this?
<mypublicfoaf#name> = <mycompanyfoaf#name> .
You can see me try this in my foaf file
:me a foaf:Person;
This can get you going easily and make some good cases to companies
with very little infrastructure needed.
> I'm just thinking from a social network user's perspective, who has
> data portability problem. This is the question I get all the time:
> if they
> were to control your own data, what would a normal user need to do
> to have
> privacy control?
Well in that case have a look at the articles Oliver Gendrin referenced
These are not widely deployed and require some infrastructure work.
But that would be the same as the web prior to https. Someone did
implement it, and others followed.
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