Data-Centric Digital Rights
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Principle II - End Remedy

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I Am My Data
End Remedy
Rights By Design

Adopt designs that minimize grievances.

This DCDR principle represents the embodiment of the proactive planification, architecture and implementation of all necessary mechanisms, both in policy and technology, to avoid grievances to ever happen during the use of a product or a service, in turn minimizing the need for legal actions.
In the context of Data Protection Laws, it implies the design of policies that protect Data Subjects and the implementation of such provisions in a transparent, trustworthy and safe manner where legal remedies, while defined, are only employed as a safety net.