Right To Liberty And Security (And Data Privacy?)

In today’s digital world, the right to liberty and security depends on your right to data privacy. If you can’t own your data, then you’re unable to exercise this right.

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Because, in this week’s blog, I want to share three lessons on Data Privacy that are definitely worth pondering over:

#1 What do human rights mean? And how does data fit in?

#1 What do human rights mean? And how does data fit in?

Of course, we’ve all heard of Human Rights and the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) includes various articles:

  • Prohibition of torture
  • Prohibition of slavery and forced labour
  • Right to liberty and security

#2 Why “Right To Own Your Data” is important?

There are two schools of thought here:

  • Data Privacy is inherently a basic right and can’t be traded.

#3 How does “Data Rights” work?

So, what’s the solution to these problems?

True Privacy By Design

We need true “privacy by design”

Conclusion

Imagine a world where we don’t have to accept/decline cookies.

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