I have the right to a digital identity—which is composed of my personal information stored and transmitted in digital form—and this right is inviolable.
All of my online personal data—photos, videos, documents, chats, calls, behavioral tracking, and all other information generated by my online activity—belongs solely to me.
I have a right to freedom of speech in the digital world: to create and share content, express my position, and protest digitally.
I have the right to cognitive liberty and mental privacy. This means that my thoughts cannot be monitored, controlled, interfered with or prosecuted via current or future digital technologies.
My personal data may not be used by any organization or individual without my express and unambiguous permission.
Use of my information, including requests to collect data, must be clear, unambiguous, in writing, and freely agreed to.
I have the right to exercise control over my personal data and its usage. No individual or company has the right to monitor, collect or traffic my information without my permission.
I have the right to access personal data that any entity holds about me, including the ability to see incomplete or inaccurate data, and all requests made regarding my personal data, including those by third-party entities.
Any individual or organization that is storing my information must notify me when my personal data has been lost, stolen or forwarded to third parties. I have the right to be notiﬁed immediately, and the right to know what speciﬁc information has been compromised.
I have the right to withdraw my consent for my information to be stored, and to request erasure of my stored personal data at any time and for any reason.