Rights and society. Constructing a well-regulated and fair digital society.
Co-construction of a model of data commons, by an initial community comprising any organizations (be it civic, public or private) citizenry, including a contract of technological and social protocols able to reconcile all parties’ interests in a trustworthy, privacy-protecting and mutually value-producing way.
The public sector must regulate, monitor and audit data as well as data-powered (i.e. algorithmic) procedures in order to ensure citizens’ rights and well-being. Promotion and adoption of open standards to foster interoperability and data portability and, furthermore, of data sovereignty, beginning with public procurement processes.
Develop and promote technological, legal and practical tools that provide privacy, security, and ethics by design.
Promotion of quality data ecosystems, including indicators of data science for the common good.
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