Reference : Yes, I do: Marrying blockchain applications with GDPR
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Yes, I do: Marrying blockchain applications with GDPR
Schellinger, Benjamin []
Völter, Fabiane []
Urbach, Nils []
Sedlmeir, Johannes mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > FINATRAX >]
Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
HICSS 2022
January 3rd 2022 to January 6th 2022
[en] Enterprise blockchains ; action design research ; data protection ; DLT ; Merkle proofs ; zero-knowledge proofs
[en] Due to blockchains’ intrinsic transparency and immutability, blockchain-based applications are challenged by privacy regulations, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Hence, scaling blockchain use cases to production often fails to owe to a lack of compliance with legal constraints. As current research mainly focuses on specific use cases, we aim to offer comprehensive guidance regarding the development of blockchain solutions that comply with privacy regulations. Following the action design research method, we contribute a generic framework and design principles to the research domain. In this context, we also emphasize the need for distinguishing between applications based on blockchains’ data integrity and computational integrity guarantees.

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