User Data Manifesto 2.0

Various authors, Website, Dec 12, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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The problem with most educational technology is that it fails on at least two of the three items (control over user data access, knowledge of how the data is stored, freedom to choose a platform). "This manifesto aims at defining users’ fundamental rights to their own data in the Internet age. People ought to be free and should not have to pay allegiance to service providers." You can contribute to this draft on the wiki. See also Ben Werdmuller: A trade war is emerging over where you store your data.

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