Making the case for the Universal Declaration of Digital Rights, or UDDR Considering the Harms the lifecycle of a digital twin can be exposed to
To base our tech on ethics is a fool’s errand & a very dangerous one at that Solution: Find minimum common denominator that is universally applicable
Need a minimum common denominator that is universally applicable Important to remember that there are no Rights without Responsibilities [Ed: We ran the wrong visual in a previous version. The error is regretted.]
Flawed understanding of data rights leaves consumers to fend for themselves In software is king word, developers hold great deal of responsibility, and yet… I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant: [...]
Developers play key role of next generation of Rights defenders Provide clear technical guidance of the protections we wish to ensure
Issue of Digital Rights yet to be clearly defined, says founder of The IO Foundation Technological innovation needed so govt policies can leverage on solutions
Carriers in at least 10 countries have been using ‘supercookies’ to track their users’ mobile browsing, according to global digital rights organisation Access, and while there is no evidence that such spying is being conducted in this part of the world, users are urged to be wary.
The news that the Malaysian Government uses spyware developed by a Milan-based company called Hacking Team has got an Internet rights organisation calling for an independent probe, while a lawyer pointed out that such use on citizens is unconstitutional.