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The Czech watchdog organization Iuridicum Remedium stands behind the program Digital Freedom. The aim of the program is to defend individual freedoms in a not yet fully mapped out territory of the digital world. We do not seek to return to live in the trees or communicate through smoke signals: we just want to make sure that fundamental freedoms, rights and equal treatment are fully respected in the digital world as well.
We are on the lookout for control tools (biometric cameras), data storage (medical registries), and the risks of "datification" of all kinds: whether it occurs voluntarily through payment cards and mobile applications or intentionally in the form of proposed bills. At the same time, however, the program seeks to preserve analog alternatives that allow people not to participate in the digital world at all: either because for various reasons they cannot (digital exclusion) or simply because they do not want to.
Digital freedoms are the common voice of all who care that freedom will not lose its meaning in the digital space.
Programme Digital freedoms is realized as part of Digital watchdog project.
Project duration: 1.4.2020-31.3.2022
The project is being supported by the Open Society Fund Prague from the Active Citizens Fund. The programme promotes citizens’ active participation in the public life and decision making and builds capacities of civil society organizations. The Active Citizens Fund is ﬁnanced from the EEA and Norway Grants.