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(Modularized) Human Readable Privacy Policies

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A market based approach to promote Rights online as a quality differentiator. …

A market based approach to promote Rights online as a quality differentiator.

more information @ https://www.privacyos.eu/wiki/index.php/PrivacyRightsAgreements

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  • 1. (Modularized) Human Readable Privacy Policies
    A market based approach to promote Rights online as a quality differentiator
    Max Senges
  • 2. Agenda
    The Coalition
    Charter of Human Rights and Principles on the Internet
    Human Readable Privacy Policy approach
    Next Steps
    Conclusions
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    1
  • 3. Multi-Stakeholder Coalition
    Humanistic conception of the Internet
    Human Rights based Internet Governance
    150 Participants
    x NGOS, 5+ Gov’s, UNESCO, Google
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    2
  • 4. software (technological) code
    + legal (social) code
    = perfect architecture of control.
    Lessig
    While we are very successful in building globally spanning internetworked technology on the basis of open standards and simple, liberal rules like “running code and rough consensus,”;
    We have been less successful at rooting our social code in similarly simple and liberal rules: those that nurture human rights.
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    3
  • 5. Charter of Human Rights and Principles on the Internet
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    4
    &
  • 6. Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    5
  • 7. Sept/24/09
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  • 8. Sept/24/09
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    Mehldau, 2007
  • 9. Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
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    Berkeley, 2009
  • 10. Proof of Concept
    Email Disclaimers (Footer)
    Decentral / no blessing needed
    Easier (rights holder control)
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    9
  • 11. Goals
    (a) push for better standards
    (b) raise awareness amongst users thereby
    (c) make Rights a relevant positioning / branding point.
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
    10
  • 12. Thank You & join IRP!
    www.internetrightsandprinciples.org
    www.privacyos.eu/wiki/index.php/PrivacyRightsAgreements
    maxsenges@gmail.com
    Sept/24/09
    Max Senges
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