[WG-InfoSharing] MVCR Terminology: Grantee and Grantor -
iainhenderson at mac.com
Sun Mar 27 04:07:27 CDT 2016
Would consenter and consentee be better?
I think we should stick to the base nouns and verbs if we can.
> On 27 Mar 2016, at 07:19, Mark Lizar - OCG <m.lizar at openconsentgroup.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> - Happy Chocolate (easter) Day —
> I have noticed that lots of the language in the specification is a bit awkward in that we have been trying to use the ISO 29100 terminology framework of a consent centric specification. Even though the ISO privacy framework is a very helpful base for terms and concepts it is not consent centric and really available as terms people can grasp and use.
> In this regard, I have been playing with the terms Grantee and Grantor as operational terms to describe Alice and Bob’s role in the consent .
> Grantee - being the entity provisioning (or giving) consent - Grantor being the entity that is harvesting the consent ( or taking) consent. I like grantee, as it embodies a person and has an inherent rights to manage the use of consent post provision.
> Would there being objection to adding these two terms to the spec and mapping:
> 1. grantee to PI subject, Data subject,
> 2. grantor to PI Controller, Data Controller
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