What are the Classification of Everyday Living specifications and why are they important?

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What are the Classification of Everyday Living specifications and why are they important?

Digital technologies are becoming more and more integrated into our daily lives. They promise huge benefits to society, but the data they create carries potential for abuse.

COEL is a hierarchical taxonomy of everyday human life events, comprised of a Knowledge Base, Data Model and Methodology. It aims to be a roadmap for collecting and handling personal data that protects the interests of both individuals and businesses.

Classification of Everyday Living V1.0 provides an overview of the specification and defines the model of the hierarchical taxonomy.

Roles, Principles, and Ecosystem V1.0 describes the roles of the various actors and principles of a COEL ecosystem.

Behavioural Atom Protocol V1.0 defines a protocol for data exchanges that are capable of describing, querying and reporting a human activity event (Behavioural Atom) using the COEL model classification.

Minimal Management Interface V1.0 describes the minimal interface between a Data Engine and other actors in the ecosystem.

Identity Authority Interface V1.0 defines the interface protocol for an Identity Authority (IDA). The IDA is a central web-based service that statelessly provides unique, signed Pseudonymous Keys.

Public Query Interface describes the minimum synchronous query interface that must be provided by a Data Engine.

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