HAT Microserver and HAT owner: Legal Definition

A "HAT Microserver" is a personal software device that can be used to collect, store and ultimately control an individual’s data (as a HAT "Owner"). It consists of a single dedicated database wrapped with pieces of software code (Microservices). In using a HAT Microserver, HAT owners execute the pieces of software code that are sets of permissions and executions (collectively known as "the instructions") that would enable them to use their microserver as a universal data profile to be used with applications and services that are HAT enabled. Such instructions:

  • permit the collection of data from multiple Internet sources into the HAT Microserver database (“GET” permission)

  • permit the processing and transformation of data within the HAT Microserver (“PROCESS” permission)

  • permit the transfer of the data from within the HAT Microserver (“GIVE” permission)

  • permit the viewing of the HAT Microserver data (“READ” permission).

  • permit data to be written into the HAT Microserver data (“WRITE” permission)

  • Execute the Microserver code to create data debits

  • Execute the Microserver code to manage applications

  • Execute the Microserver code to manage data and files

Usage:

HAT Terms of Service

https://hatdex.org/legal

Irene Ng