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[Internet Policy] JNC Digital Justice Manifesto

@Ali Hussein, what is your take on point number 13?

On Wed, 27 Nov 2019, 2:36 pm Barrack Otieno, <otieno.barrack@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Listers,
>
> With the recent enactment of the Data Protection law, this might be
> usefull to listers.
>
> Best Regards
>
> ———- Forwarded message ———
> From: Richard Hill via InternetPolicy <internetpolicy@elists.isoc.org>
> Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2019, 2:08 pm
> Subject: [Internet Policy] JNC Digital Justice Manifesto
> To: <internetpolicy@elists.isoc.org>
>
>
> The Just Net Coalition has just published its Digital Justice Manifesto,
> available at:
>
> justnetcoalition.org/digital-justice-manifesto
>
> It advocates the following key principles:
>
> 1. Data subjects must own their data – individually and collectively
> 2. Our data requires protection from abuse
> 3. We need the tools to control our data
> 4. Data commons need appropriate governance frameworks
> 5. Data protection, sharing and use require new institutions
> 6. Data-creating work ought to come with data rights
> 7. Data should be processed close to the point of its origin
> 8. Cross-border data flows must be decided nationally
> 9. Techno-structures need to be reclaimed as personal and public spaces
> 10. We should own our software and be able to control it
> 11. Key digital infrastructures need to be governed as public utilities
> 12. Techno-structures must be decentralised for open use, with
> interoperability
> 13. Global digital monopolies should be broken
> 14. Societies’ datafication needs to be managed democratically
> 15. Digital standards must be developed by public interest bodies
> 16. The digital has to be governed in a local-to-global manner
>
> For more information, see:
>
> justnetcoalition.org/
>
> Best,
> Richard
>
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