The HATDeX Platform comprises of the HATDeX Technology Suite and a full governance system of economic, legal and design structures and rules for personal data exchange that are scalable, portable and yet preserve decentralised personal data rights.
Fully Private “Zero-Knowledge” Solution for personal data ownership and with scalable data mobility
Is the first to fully resolve the technical, legal and commercial barriers in the ownership and transfer of personal data between individuals and organisations
Delivers standardisation and interoperability of personal data across all industry sectors
Is already referenced globally as a best-in-class solution in the emerging primary personal data exchange
State-of-the-art design & technology
Tools, Applications and Plugs that reinforce data usage and interoperability
Scalable governance with auto-generated contracts that enable HAT owners to give permission on demand
Privacy preserving: Request for only the data required, and as frequently as necessary without the need to hoard personal data on your application or website
Scalable and user-friendly design: Interactions with the HAT are standardised, enabling you to build trust with your customers
Issue a HAT Personal Data Account to your customers and benefit when they share their data with merchants
Acquire or inquire data from HAT owners: Be a HAT Merchant and accept data from HAT owners
Data Scientists upload new tools - Pre-trained Machine Learning Algorithms / Analytics. Outputs go only into the HAT Database and are shared only through data debits.
HATDeX Platform Economic Model follows that of credit cards. Credit cards, like HAT PDAs, are issued by Issuers.
Money transfer from credit cards, similar to data transfer by HAT owners, are accepted by Merchants and they pay HATDeX transaction fees who, in turn, pay the issuer of the HAT that transacted.
HATDeX runs the legal, economic and technological infrastructure for data transfers similar to the way Visa and MasterCard run the credit card payment infrastructure.
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A legal innovation
GDPR rights for individuals serve to regulate centralised systems because personal data cannot be easily isolated within these systems to give more rights.
Right to be informed. Right to be told how their data would be used in a clear and transparent manner.
Right of access. Right to ask for their data (although the format is not stipulated so firms can give them an entire spreadsheet or PDF file).
Right to rectification. Right to ask firms to correct the information.
Right to erasure. Right to ask firms to delete their data.
Right to restrict processing. Right to ask firms to restrict its usage.
Right to data portability. Right to ask firms for their data in such a way that is machine readable.
Right to object. When users feel the firm is doing something to their data they disagree with, they have a right to object.
Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling. Right to know what information is used to create their profile and where the firm gets its data from.
Decentralised HAT Microservers provide 5 more “ownership” rights to enable greater data mobility
Right of possession. Having their data stored in a place where they are the only ones who have access to the data.
Right of control. Being the only ones deciding who gets to use their data and when.
Right of exclusion. Deciding who doesn’t get to use or see their data.
Right of enjoyment. Being able to use their data for their own purposes whenever they wish to.
Right of disposition. Being able to monetise, exchange, profit, license their own data because they own the rights to it.
Scalable FIRST-PARTY contracting of data for 5 mins, 5 hours or 5 days
Users share data not through consent but the actual first-party licensing contract, much like they would license the music they create.