A single EU multi-layered database for citizens

A single EU multi-layered database for citizens

  Launched by Riccardo Parra.

The EU could benefit greatly from the creation of single database containing the data of EU citizens. The database should be layered in a way that each authority can obtain only the relevant data without accessing other sensible data contained in the database.

   Join 7 other Europeans supporting this cause.

   Why should You support this cause?

The creation of a single multilayered EU database for all citizens will be a useful tool in many ways. It will help with establishing the framework for a single EU passport and ID card. No data should be physically stored in the single ID card (or passport). The card would merely feature the citizen’s number that corresponds to the entry in the database.

Not storing data on the physical card ensures that no unauthorised person can extract data. A person must be directly connected to the central database (stored for example in the cloud, stored on European servers). Different organizations (Hospitals, Police, Financial Authorities, etc…) will have access to some layers and not others. This maintains privacy, restricts unauthorised access and abusive behaviours.

The database would be untouchable by any unauthorised person or public office. Each public body will only have access to relevant ‘layers’ of the database. For example, health officials will only see health data and have no access to employment information. The citizen will be notified of every query to the database (for example via a PDF summary of the query sent to the citizen’s email).

The single database allows for:

  • Monitoring of health data
    • Physicians will instantly be aware of allergies and other essential information, for example where a patient is unconscious.
    • The possibility to constantly update the database with medical information on patients will help tracking pandemic symptoms. Health authorities will be able to back-trace symptoms and connect affected citizens with the flights and other tickets the citizens may have bought. Health Authorities will then be able to promptly identify and restrict quarantine areas.
  • Monitoring of employment statistics,
    • The single database can be used to find the perfect job for a specific citizen according to his skills by using it as a central workers’ database the companies can use.
  • Monitoring of migration fluxes,
  • Summary of education attained, and
  • MOST IMPORTANTLY the big amount of data will finally allow for a proper EU Artificial Intelligence framework.
  THIS IS WHERE OUR SUPPORTERS COME FROM

A single EU multi-layered database for citizens

  Launched by Riccardo Parra.

The EU could benefit greatly from the creation of single database containing the data of EU citizens. The database should be layered in a way that each authority can obtain only the relevant data without accessing other sensible data contained in the database.

   Join 7 other Europeans supporting this cause.

   Why should You support this cause?

The creation of a single multilayered EU database for all citizens will be a useful tool in many ways. It will help with establishing the framework for a single EU passport and ID card. No data should be physically stored in the single ID card (or passport). The card would merely feature the citizen’s number that corresponds to the entry in the database.

Not storing data on the physical card ensures that no unauthorised person can extract data. A person must be directly connected to the central database (stored for example in the cloud, stored on European servers). Different organizations (Hospitals, Police, Financial Authorities, etc…) will have access to some layers and not others. This maintains privacy, restricts unauthorised access and abusive behaviours.

The database would be untouchable by any unauthorised person or public office. Each public body will only have access to relevant ‘layers’ of the database. For example, health officials will only see health data and have no access to employment information. The citizen will be notified of every query to the database (for example via a PDF summary of the query sent to the citizen’s email).

The single database allows for:

  • Monitoring of health data
    • Physicians will instantly be aware of allergies and other essential information, for example where a patient is unconscious.
    • The possibility to constantly update the database with medical information on patients will help tracking pandemic symptoms. Health authorities will be able to back-trace symptoms and connect affected citizens with the flights and other tickets the citizens may have bought. Health Authorities will then be able to promptly identify and restrict quarantine areas.
  • Monitoring of employment statistics,
    • The single database can be used to find the perfect job for a specific citizen according to his skills by using it as a central workers’ database the companies can use.
  • Monitoring of migration fluxes,
  • Summary of education attained, and
  • MOST IMPORTANTLY the big amount of data will finally allow for a proper EU Artificial Intelligence framework.
  THIS IS WHERE OUR SUPPORTERS COME FROM

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