- Right to Change Providers
If a person wants to change a service provider, they can easily move to another. (Decentralized Services)
- Right to Protect Personal Data
A person owns and controls their own master keys to encrypt all data and communication, nobody else. (User-controlled Encryption)
- Right to Verify
Society has the freedom to inspect the source of all software used, and can run it as they wish, for any purpose. (Software Freedom)
- Right to be Forgotten
A service provider only stores the minimal personal data necessary to provide the service. Once the data is no longer required, it is deleted. (Minimal Data Retention)
- Right to Access
A person must not be discriminated against nor forced to agree to any terms and conditions before accessing a service. (Personal Liberty)
Do check out the rest of the post by Mr. Weaver when you get a chance his recorded presentation can also be viewed at, The Future of Computing and Why You Should Care.
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