Privacy and Democracy

Imagining a world where everyone legally owns the data that concerns them personally, where we can decide who can buy our data and who can use it, remains without question the main challenge of our democratic societies.

Today, the richest companies are in the field of information technology. Therefore, if the digital giants are becoming more powerful, it is because people's personal data is more valuable than oil.

At the Humanity Network the confidentiality rules are as follows:

1. The user perfectly controls the use of the data concerning him. He can delete all or part of his publications, or even close his account if he wishes.

2. User data is not sold.

3. Our systems are decentralized and independent of each other, making aggressive political campaigns or others campaigns ineffective.

Why all this?
Our Code of Conduct

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