There’s a huge difference between having something explained to you and seeing it in action – CDR data is no different. That’s why Adatree built the ‘test-drive your CDR data’ feature into the Adatree Developer Portal. CDR Test Drive allows anyone – developers, product designers and business leaders – to consent to and connect their own CDR data and call specific CDR APIs for a first-hand experience of their CDR data and metadata. For companies interested in accessing CDR Data this can help them experience their own data payload and understand how Adatree’s Data Recipient Platform simplifies companies connecting to the CDR.
Adatree has launched the world’s first Open Data marketplace! The Adatree Exchange will streamline how organisations discover and procure regulated CDR-ready, third-party capabilities. The result? Expanded CDR possibilities and the acceleration of open data use cases.
Consumer consent is now commonplace in every digital environment. For instance, every time you use Facebook or Google to create a new app login like Spotify or AirBnB, you must consent to the app having access to your data. Now government regulators like the ACCC are extending consent legislation to business operations, but it’s much more than just a simple yes/no.
While CDR enables accredited entities to receive and leverage CDR data on behalf of consumers, this doesn’t necessarily work for all companies.