Data Without Borders

By Christian Scholz, Steve Greenberg, J. Trent Adams and friends

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The Data Without Borders Podcast is produced and hosted by Christian Scholz, Steve Greenberg, and J. Trent Adams. Each episode touches on various aspects of the tech and culture related to personal data portability.
June 2, 2010
Please note: The Portability Policy is only in beta right now and will be formally published on June 15. In this episode Elias, Steve and Christian meet to discuss the StartupBus project, the recent Facebook discussion and how a Portability Policy might help the world! (Download MP3, Download AAC with chapters, 34,7MB, 0:37:36) Participants Steve […]
May 17, 2010
Now that Trent is back we finally got around to make a new episode and finally can talk about Facebook. Not the “old news” of the changes from the F8 conference as planned first but about it’s privacy issues instead. Will distributed social networks be the solution? Will the finally take off? Or will Facebook […]
March 30, 2010
Work on OAuth2.0 has just begun and we invited David Recordon, one of the participants in the effort, to chat with us about where he sees the effort going. (Download MP3, 28.5MB, 0:30:08) Participants Eve Maler, PayPal, UMA Group at Kantara Initiave (blog, twitter) Steve Greenberg,, Inc, blog, twitter Elias Bizannes,, Inc, Chair […]
March 9, 2010
This time we have an episode packed with news. So here we go: (Download MP3, 43MB, 0:47:17) Shownotes PassLogix Open Identity Exchange PayPal announcement Another trust framework operating in the same space And another, of long standing: InCommon Both a data borrower and a data lender be (again :-): german constitutional court stops data retention […]
Feb. 24, 2010
Here is episode 13 of the Data Without Borders podcast where we will mainly talk about SWIFT, what it is and how the EU parliament rejected the deal with the US. (Download MP3) Shownotes These are rough notes from the podcast. Better you listen to it for the full scoop! Short News Webfinger enabled now […]
Feb. 3, 2010
This time we feature a conversation with Drummond Reed. Not only is he in the Steering Group of the DataPortability Project but he also wears a lot of heads. In this episode he will talk about those hats and we especially talk about Open Identity Exchange (OIX) in depth. (Download MP3) Shownotes Drummond and Eve […]
Jan. 21, 2010
The year has just started but is full of news. We talk about the privacy discussions around Facebook and we look into the Google-China situation. (Download MP3) Facebook and Privacy RWW on the topic Twitter is Profitable Deals based on traffic can go sour very quickly Interview with an employee Google vs. China Google’s blog post […]
Dec. 22, 2009
It’s nearly 2010 and it’s time for Christian, Eve and Steve to look a bit ahead on what’s coming next! (Download MP3) News Facebook’s New Privacy Changes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly | Electronic Frontier Foundation The Facebook Privacy Fiasco Begins The Day Has Come: Facebook Pushes People to Go Public The Open […]
Dec. 14, 2009
This time Elias Bizannes, Trent Adams and Christian Scholz talk about the new DataPortability Project Steering Group, the Facebook Privacy changes and in depth about the ongoing discussions over at the Open Web Foundation. (Download MP3, 57 min, 51 MB) Shownotes DataPortability Project News Give them some DataPortability The new board: Our comment on the […]
Nov. 22, 2009
How does travelling in space and time influence our privacy? And why are we all so depressed in this episode? Find out now! (Download MP3, 50 min, 46 MB) Shownotes The DataPortability Project Steering Group Elections Jeff Jonas on Space-Time Travel Data Analyst Workbench Triggerfish Gerald Beuchelt “Hypocrisy at it’s finest” Gerald Beuchelt on government […]
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