The Government’s Information Strategy 2020 is designed to make it easier for people to share their own data and information, while encouraging them to make their data available to colleagues and the wider public.
But what are the rules and what do they mean?
Read moreWhat’s the Information Strategy?
The Information Strategy is the government’s official set of policy guidance for sharing information in public services, and is aimed at encouraging people to use the internet and other technologies in public settings.
The government is aiming to deliver better user experiences, and to encourage people to make data and other information available to their colleagues, their families and friends.
The Government is publishing the information strategy in November.
What is the definition of information?
What is a shared information?
It’s important to understand what information is, how it’s shared and what it means to be a member of a shared group.
The Government has developed a common definition of shared information and has set up a dedicated website to assist people with this.
What’s a shared shared information source?
A shared information provider is an organisation that allows individuals to share and share information with others.
It includes organisations such as social media sites, websites such as Facebook, blogs, forums and email accounts.
Some shared information providers are publicly traded, but others may only be managed by a private company.
What are the responsibilities of shared providers?
The Government has established a shared provider responsibility for the collection and use of shared data, which is to be shared with the public.
A shared provider must ensure that it:Provides an accessible online platform for users to share personal data with each other, and for organisations to provide the information needed to support that shared information