Updated - Recommendations for the Personal Use of Data

Posted on Monday, 17 November 2008

A new version of the UK federation's Recommendations for the Use of Personal Data has just been published, providing updated guidance on protecting both users and providers of federated services.

Federated access management systems can ensure that only authorised individuals gain access to online content, without needing to disclose those users' identity or other personal information. It can therefore be used to better protect both individual users and service providers' intellectual property.

The UK federation's Recommendations for the Use of Personal Data provides information and advice on best practice in these important areas. The new version, with updated recommendations on systems and data handling, and can be found at:

Recommendations for the Use of Personal Data

Edited by SteveGlover on 20 November 2008, at 10:48 AM (Permalink)