- What personal information applications are using
- What operations are performed against that data
- What are the constraints on its use?
WHAT ISN’T OUT THERE
Unfortunately, your needs and the needs of the app developers aren’t addressed by both UMA and personal data stores. In order to meet these needs, device and platform makers must build “concern for the other” into their products. This is a big “D” design problem that requires not just user-experience intelligence but also classically trained design expertise. Baking “concern for the other” into products can be used to gain a competitive advantage in a market. By acknowledging that referencing information and pulling it from the source when needed, is superior to copying it, app developers have an opportunity to both mitigate their risks as well as provide better controls.