Open Console — License
Open Console is an Open infrastructure, but not a privacy-less system. (EU-)law requires everyone to be carefull with data which may contain sensitive information. Hence, the entered configuration is only shown to identities which have the License.
You MAY get a License in which you comply to the Conditions (by-laws) which come with it: you agree on a Contract. The License is always revokable.
Signing a Contract
Typically, you will have to agree on a set of rules which includes elements like:
- Requirement to protect the data which is shared;
- Requirement to refresh the data-set regularly;
- Requirement to implement "take-downs";
- Agreement about the use of the processing.
When you agree, you receive a temporary License. The License might need to be updated regularly.
There are different ways Licenses can be implemented. For instance,
- It could be the public part of public key encryption pair: you can decode what the third party send you.
- It could also be the private part of public key encryption pair, so you can encode the data, which the other party can decode.
- Or a shared secret: some random string which is used as token.
Various kinds of Licenses are supported by the underlaying Meshy Space data exchange protocol.