The purpose of MyData Global is to empower individuals by improving their right to self-determination regarding their personal data. It is based on the MyData Declaration.
MyData Global has close to over 100 organisation members and approximately 400 individual members from over 40 countries, on six continents. By organising the MyData Conferences, MyData Global facilitates the 2000+ strong MyData Global communities working on the ethical use of personal data.
We believe the full stack of business, legal, tech, and society needs to work together for our shared vision of a fair, sustainable, and prosperous digital society for all.
MyData Greater Bay Area is initiated by a group of elites in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) who are enthusiastic about personal information applications.
MyData Greater Bay Area was formally established in 2021 September, with the aim for introducing the concept of MyData. We strive to provide the GBA with a campaign on promoting the autonomy of personal information, transforming personal data into tangible assets and maximizing its utility in order to serve the digital economy. Personal data will become the driving force for digital transformation and economic development, as well as an effective tool for social governance.
The human-centric paradigm is aimed at a fair, sustainable, and prosperous digital society, where the sharing of personal data is based on trust as well as balanced relationship between individuals and organisations.
Should you wish to support MyData Gobal GBA hub, please tick "yes" on the question "Share the membership fee?" during the registration.
50% of your membership fee will be distributed to us as daily operational cost.
We are entrepreneurs, activists, academics, listed corporations, public agencies, and developers. For years, we’ve been using different words for what we do – MyData, Self Data, VRM (Vendor Relationship Management), Internet of Me, PIMS (Personal Information Management Services) etc, while sharing a common goal:
to empower individuals with their personal data, thus helping them and their communities develop knowledge, make informed decisions, and interact more consciously and efficiently with each other as well as with organisations.
Together, in recent years, we have formed a network whose participants share experience, develop common projects, meet at the MyData conference, and take part in collective endeavours towards a human-centric approach to personal data.
It is now time to take this work out in the world and prove its potential impact on individuals, society, and the economy. Today, we believe it is time to publicly assert the values that drive us – and call on those who share those values to act upon them. Join us in reversing the paradigm of personal data. Join us in creating the MyData movement.