Version 1.0 | This Media Kit was approved on 01 February 2022.
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- Data-Centric Digital Rights
- Abbreviation: DCDR (Example: [TIOF DCDR])
The following is the official tagline of DCDR.
Guiding technologists to build safe technology for digital twins.
Mission: To provide technologist with a clear framework and taxonomies to embed Data-Centric Digital Rights into technology and enable their role as Next Generation of Rights Defenders.
Vision: A world where technology protects digital citizens and their digital twins transparently and by design.
The following are the official definitions to be used when describing or referencing DCDR. A number of variations are provided in an attempt to fit different character limitations.
When describing DCDR, please use these official descriptions.
Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR), an initiative from The IO Foundation, is a framework for technologists composed of Principles, Taxonomies and other technical tools. It enables them to develop a deeper understanding about the nature of data, the digital twins that emerge from it and make possible for them to embrace their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.
Data-Centric Digital Rights (DCDR), an initiative from The IO Foundation, is a framework for technologists composed of Principles, Taxonomies and other technical tools enabling them in their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.
Data-Centric Digital Rights, an initiative from The IO Foundation, provides a framework for technologists that enables them to embrace their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.
DCDR provides a framework for technologists that enables them to embrace their role as NextGen Rights Defenders.
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The DCDR are currently being designed and shall be released as soon as possible.
The following are the official formulations of the 3 DCDR Principles that The IO Foundation puts forward to guide technologist in their role as NextGen Rights defenders.
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