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federation:en:documentation:engagement-conformite:code-of-conduct [2019/07/10 10:33]
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federation:en:documentation:engagement-conformite:code-of-conduct [2019/07/11 14:59] (Version actuelle)
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 ====== eduGAIN Data Protection Code of Conduct ====== ====== eduGAIN Data Protection Code of Conduct ======
  
-===== Problem statement =====+===== 1. Problem statement =====
  
 One of the major obstacles to the proper functioning of identity federations at the national and international level is the configuration of the release of user attributes from the side of identity providers. The constraints related to the protection of user personal data are one of the main challenge for identity provider administrators. One of the major obstacles to the proper functioning of identity federations at the national and international level is the configuration of the release of user attributes from the side of identity providers. The constraints related to the protection of user personal data are one of the main challenge for identity provider administrators.
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-===== Code of Conduct principle =====+===== 2. Code of Conduct principle =====
  
 The Code of Conduct defines a set of good practices that service providers undertake to respect: The Code of Conduct defines a set of good practices that service providers undertake to respect:
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-===== Code of Conduct subscription and use =====+===== 3. Code of Conduct subscription and use =====
  
 Service providers declare their compliance with the Code of Conduct through their own federation'​s registry by indicating the URL of their Privacy Policy. This information is then propagated in eduGAIN metadata in a form that can be used by IdP administrators to manage the automated release of user attributes to these service providers (and taking into account the guarantees they provide in the management of personal data) Service providers declare their compliance with the Code of Conduct through their own federation'​s registry by indicating the URL of their Privacy Policy. This information is then propagated in eduGAIN metadata in a form that can be used by IdP administrators to manage the automated release of user attributes to these service providers (and taking into account the guarantees they provide in the management of personal data)