The World Economic Forum would like to acknowledge the support of all those who contributed to this initiative in 2013 and 2014. The global dialogue series included sessions in New York, USA; Dublin, Ireland; London, United Kingdom; Dalian, People’s Republic of China; Brussels, Belgium; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; and Davos, Switzerland.
The project engaged a multistakeholder community across government, the private sector, civil society, academia and others throughout the dialogue series and through its Working Group.
Special thanks are extended to all those who supported these events and joined regular Working Group calls with their insights and collaborative spirit including: AT Kearney, AT&T, Axciom, BT Group, Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Cisco, Ctrl-Shift, Digital Enlightenment Forum, European Commission, Future of Privacy Forum, Google, GSMA, HP, ID3, Intel, Kaiser Permanente, Microsoft, MIT, Mydex CIC, Orange, Personal, Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium, Planetary Skin Institute, Qualcomm, Reputation.com, Respect Network, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), STL Partners, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, UN Global Pulse, University of Washington, US Federal Trade Commission, Ushahidi, US National Institute of Standards and Technology, Vimpelcom and Visa.
Editorial input for this report was provided by the Steering Board members and their respective teams. Members of the Steering Board are as follows:
Robert Quinn, Senior Vice-President, Federal Regulatory and Chief Privacy Officer, AT&T, USA
Ray Baxter, Senior Vice-President for Community Benefit, Research and Health Policy, Kaiser Permanente, USA
Anoop Gupta, Distinguished Scientist, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft, USA
Augie K. Fabela II, Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus, VimpelCom, Netherlands
Ellen Richey, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, Visa Inc., USA
At the World Economic Forum, William Hoffman leads the Rethinking Personal Data initiative and was the principle author of the report. A.T. Kearney served as the project adviser in 2013 under the leadership of Naveen Menon, Reuben Chaudhury and Justin Shepherd, who was seconded to the World Economic Forum. Ryan Murphy of the Rhode Island School of Design served as the chief design consultant. Special thanks to the Center for Information Policy Leadership and the Information Accountability Foundation for their support and guidance. Additionally, Carolyn Nguyen of Microsoft and Jamie Ferguson of Kaiser Permanente played an invaluable role in guiding this report and the overall initiative. Thanks also to the Global Agenda Council on Data-Driven Development, especially John Clippinger, ID3; Scott David, University of Washington; Marc Davis, Marcdavis.me; Sandy Pentland, MIT Media Lab; and Simon Torrance STL Partners for their ongoing advice and guidance.
For more information, contact William Hoffman, Associate Director, by email at [email protected]