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FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

The
socio
-
economic impacts
of the
Future Internet

FIA Budapest

18 May 2011

FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

FI
-
PPP and the economics of privacy


The FI3P project is concerned with the socioeconomic impacts of Future Internet


orientated public
-
private partnership activities post
-
2014


The prologue is provided by the current tranche of Future Internet PPP activities,
especially those initiated under Call 7 of FP7:


Core Platform development


Use Cases


Support for infrastructure


This will change the economics of privacy
-
related services by creating a common
baseline, leaving open the possibility of enhanced services


Much depends on the uptake:


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FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

FI
-
Ware Core Platform


The FI
-
WARE core platform is founded on:


Service Delivery Framework


the infrastructure to create, publish, manage and
consume FI services across their life cycle, addressing all technical and business aspects.


Cloud Hosting


the fundamental layer which provides the computation, storage and
network resources, upon which services are provisioned and managed.


Support Services


the facilities for effective accessing, processing, and analyzing
massive streams of data, and semantically classifying them into valuable knowledge.


IoT

Enablement


the bridge whereby FI services interface and leverage the ubiquity of
heterogeneous, resource

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Interface to Networks


open interfaces to networks and devices, providing the
connectivity needs of services delivered across the platform.


Security


the mechanisms which ensure that the delivery and usage of services is
trustworthy and meets security and privacy requirements.


Each is closely connected to the provision of site
-
specific or distributed
privacy services



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FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

Core platform scenarios


A single ‘dominant’ Core platform’ that is:


‘Ours’

European
-
dominated and consistent with the Core Platform
architecture


‘European’


dominated by a largely European (most probably
de facto
)
“standard” that differs from the FI PPP but may be influenced by it


‘Theirs’


dominated by firms, standards incompatible with European ones


‘All of ours’

truly global Core Platform reflecting European and non
-
European architectures, players, use case requirements, concepts of privacy,
etc.


Multiple platforms that are:


Interoperating and mutually
-
open;


Fragmented along sectoral and/or regional lines with limited interoperability.


Ours vs. theirs influences the embedding of European notions of privacy and
capability to enforce rules and restrain emergence of invasive business models
(from ‘new oil’ to behavioural profiling and influence


Multiplicity influences end
-
to
-
end vs. compartmentalised concepts of identity

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FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

Use Cases


Privacy and security concerns are likely to
play a role in:


design and offering of solutions


consumer uptake and acceptance


Candidates include Safe City, Outsmart, FI
-
Content (games)

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FIA Budapest 18 May 2011

Analysis of current internet economy


Analysis shows that Europe his different strengths different parts
of the European Internet Economy


Strongest in the telecom/infrastructure element; weaker in services
and innovative business models


These (sub)sectors have different privacy histories;


Outside Europe, there is growing evidence that major OSPs differ in
privacy policies, transparency and performance; the biggest are by
no means best


Innovation from the fringes is likely to be crucial


this is a major
challenge for specifically
-
European concepts of privacy, esp. in
relation to e.g. Cloud hosting.


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