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[Advanced] GDPR Data Portability: The Forgotten Right

Europe has some of the most advanced data rights in the world, and yet in practice, it is almost impossible to access and move one’s individual data in a useful way. European citizens and businesses can co-create value and strengthen local economies if they can move their data between services. This overview discusses current challenges and proposes 10 solutions to improve data portability in 2021.

A União Europeia deveria regular IA com base em direitos, não riscos

Em poucos meses a Comissão Europeia está pronta para apresentar sua regulação sobre Inteligência Artificial (IA) (https://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/rep/2/2021/EN/SEC-2021-2365-F1-EN-MAIN-PART-1.PDF). Embora diversos pronunciamentos da sociadade civil e outros players sobre o perigo de aplicar uma abordagem baseada em riscos para regular a IA, a Comissão Europeia parece determinada em ir nesta direção. A Comissão já se pronunciou em seu Paper de 2020 sobre Inteligência Artificial, afirmando sua intenção de aplicar uma regulação fundamentada em riscos.

However, a risk-based approach to regulation is not adequate to protect human rights. Our rights are non-negotiable and they must be respected regardless of a risk level associated with external factors.

[Intermediate] The EU should regulate AI on the basis of rights, not risks

In only a few months the European Commission is set to present a regulation on artificial intelligence (AI). Despite numerous statements from civil society and other actors about the dangers of applying a risk-based approach to regulating AI, the European Commission seems determined to go in this direction. The Commission already said in its 2020 White Paper on Artificial Intelligence that it wanted to apply a risk-based approach.

However, a risk-based approach to regulation is not adequate to protect human rights. Our rights are non-negotiable and they must be respected regardless of a risk level associated with external factors.

Trabalhadores "freelancers" conseguem vitória  histórica nos direitos digitais contra a Uber e a Ola Cabs

Um grupo de motoristas do Reino Unido e um motorista de Portugal tiveram uma vitória histórica em sua batalha legal por maior transparência algorítmica nas medidas administrativas tomadas pela Uber e a Ola Cabs. Os motoristas estão procurando acesso aos seus dados pessoais registrados nos aplicativos, além de maior transparência algorítmica, Os casos foram julgados pela Côrte de Amsterdam.

[Simple] Gig economy workers score historic digital rights victory against Uber and Ola Cabs

A group of UK drivers and a driver from Portugal have won a historic victory in their legal battle for greater transparency of algorithmic management practices used by Uber and Ola Cabs. The drivers were seeking to access their personal data from Ola and Uber as well as the right to transparency to algorithmic management. The cases were taken before the Amsterdam District Court as both Ola and Uber control driver data from the Netherlands.

[Simple] “Nutrition Label” for Health-Tech Security and Data Rights Practices

Connected sensors for at-home healthcare require a novel kind of risk-benefit analysis, and we teamed up with Carnegie Mellon researchers to make a new label.

[Simples] "Etiqueta nutricional" para práticas de segurança de tecnologia de saúde e direitos de dados

Sensores conectados para saúde em casa exigem um novo tipo de análise de risco-benefício, e nos associamos a pesquisadores da Carnegie Mellon para fazer um novo rótulo.

[Intermediário] Cientistas que defendem 'neuro-direitos'

Os avanços científicos, desde a estimulação cerebral profunda até scanners vestíveis, estão tornando a manipulação da mente humana cada vez mais possível, criando uma necessidade de leis e proteções para regular o uso das novas ferramentas.

[Intermediate] Scientists pushing for 'neuro-rights'

Scientific advances from deep brain stimulation to wearable scanners are making manipulation of the human mind increasingly possible, creating a need for laws and protections to regulate use of the new tools.

Andrew Yang propõe que seus dados digitais sejam considerados propriedade pessoal

Os dados gerados por cada indivíduo devem pertencer a eles, com certos direitos transmitidos que lhes permitirão saber como são usados ​​e protegê-los.

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Tornar a sua propriedade pessoal digital faz tanto sentido quanto tornar a sua propriedade pessoal física. Essa estrada NÃO termina bem.

Andrew Yang proposes that your digital data be considered personal property

Data generated by each individual needs to be owned by them, with certain rights conveyed that will allow them to know how it’s used and protect it.

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Making your digital self personal property makes as much sense as making your physical self personal property. That road does NOT end well.

Human rights in the digital age

Keynote speech by Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights at Japan Society, New York, 17 October 2019

The digital revolution is a major global human rights issue. Its unquestionable benefits do not cancel out its unmistakable risks.

Pessoas em primeiro lugar: uma visão para a era urbana global

O panorama “Pessoas-primeiro” é uma nova perspectiva de como as cidades podem governar e aproveitar os benefícios das tecnologias digitais na era urbana global, desenvolvendo os direitos e as tecnologias dos cidadãos em harmonia.

People First: A Vision for the Global Urban Age

The People-first vision is a new perspective to how cities can govern and benefit from digital technologies in the global urban age, by developing people’s rights and technologies in harmony.

2020 Democrats on who controls your data — and who’s at fault when it’s mishandled

Your quick rundown to US politics and data rights: Presidential candidates agree that americans should have more control over their data than they do now.

Fighting for digital equity, in Canada and beyond

Equitable access to the internet is a communication right. As the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) points out, not only is the internet a pathway to information, communication, and economic opportunity, it is increasingly necessary to access basic commercial and public services. As more of the world becomes digital, those unable to connect will inevitably be left behind.

1st Reading Club Took Place

This week the first reading club was held on Thursday and a number of interesting things were posted subsequently: @Fredrik Löfman posted an Economis article (Is Google an evil genius?) and an interesting article series on data-rights related issues. @Antti 'Jogi' Poikola proposed to read and discuss Laron Lanier, Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now next.

Data Protection and Digital Agency for Refugees

For the millions of refugees fleeing conflict and persecution every year, access to information about their rights and control over their personal data are crucial for their ability to assess risk and navigate the asylum process. While asylum seekers are required to provide significant amounts of personal information on their journey to safety, they are rarely fully informed of their data rights by UN agencies or local border control and law enforcement staff tasked with obtaining and processing their personal information. Despite recent improvements in data protection mechanisms in the European Union, refugees’ informed consent for the collection and use of their personal data is rarely sought.


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MyData Global at RightsCon

A punch of people from MyData Global will be at RightsCon in Tunis, Tunisia next week and Teemu asked to retweet RightsCon-related tweets!


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Cities for Digital Rights

To protect and uphold digital rights at the local and global level