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Digital Independence Declaration

Sign your personal

Digital Independence Declaration

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Why sign this declaration?

According to the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 12: Privacy Rights, “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary or unlawful interference with their privacy, family, home or correspondence. Everyone has the right to protection of the law against such interference or attacks.”

Why sign this declaration?

Right now, corporations have very little public accountability for the way they use your private information. They can gather your data and use this information to alter the pricing you see, impact your credit score or even manipulate your behavioural patterns and target you with specific propaganda.

Why sign this declaration?

Selling your information is a primary business model for most major social media companies. Not only that, but information you share consensually can be manipulated and re-identified in ways you might not have realized, meaning you may be giving away a lot more than you want to.

Why sign this declaration?

We want to show the world that privacy is for everyone. You shouldn’t need to be a lawyer to understand the terms of use of every website you join, or to be an expert in data security to protect yourself from hacking, surveillance and theft.

Why sign this declaration?

If you believe everyone has the right to freely communicate on the internet, safe from interference from governments, corporations and other third parties, we invite you to add your name. Showing widespread support for digital independence is crucial for gaining momentum to make change and raise awareness of global digital privacy issues and inspire people to take action.

Our Goal

Seeing 1,000,000 of internet users sign the declaration, so that our commitment to digital independence becomes a movement that the media—as well as social media companies, governments, and other data-driven institutions —can’t ignore.