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Information Bill Of Rights

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AN INFORMATION BILL OF RIGHTS 

Also See :

Wireless To The People

Internet Access For Everyone

 

 

Given the-need for a new paradigm in managing a resource as dominant and different as information, certain "rights" emerge to empower people in making information a viable resource in their lives.

 

Therefore we the people need:

 

1. RIGHT TO ACCESS: Workers and citizens have a right to access information created about them and about which they are concerned, in compliance with the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.

(ACCESS should be equitable: the sophistication (or lack thereof) of the information technology employed should not be used to hinder or block access, despite the technical sophistication of the requestor.)

 

 

2. RIGHT TO PRIVACY: Workers, citizens, and others have a right to secure information in accordance with the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.

(Secured information should be kept as close as possible to its source.)

 

 

3. RIGHT TO SKILLS AND TRAINING: Workers and citizens have a right to be educated and trained in the skills needed to use, analyze, process, and integrate information.

 

a. EDUCATION: Integrative and critical thinking skills should be developed early and consistently from K-12 through to post-secondary education, to enable people to assimilate and use vast amounts of information productively.

 

b. TRAINING: All workers have the right to adequate training and development in order to use information technology effectively to do their jobs.

 

 

4. RIGHT TO JUDGEMENT: Free will as represented by decision making and judgement is a human right. Information and information technology itself cannot make judgements, but they can augment the decision-making process. Judgement cannot be delegated.

 

Draft Developed By:

Computer Professionals

For Social Responsibility

Minnesota Chapter

Feb, 21, 2007

Roger Rydberg

 

Comments (4)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 4:43 pm on Oct 10, 2009

Highly effective Group Decision Support Systems (GDSS) should verify and validate these "Information Integrity Assurance" attributes (Correct, Complete, Current, Consistent) ... Also see: http://minnesotafuturist.pbworks.com/Incremental-Conceptualization

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 4:50 pm on Oct 10, 2009

#
thinkLets / mindset
My USNR career path (1969-1979) pre-conditioned me to become an Information Integrity Assurance (IIA)
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). ...
http://futurethought.pbworks.com/mindset
#
thinkLets / Kanza Territory
Information Integrity Assurance (9306am). As our dynamic Freedom's Frontier NHA Master Plan
nears completion, we need to adopt practical data sharing ...
http://futurethought.pbworks.com/Kanza-Territory
#
thinkLets / The Stuff of Thought
Title 2: Swift Trust ... Our ITEC Kansas City 2007 Conference;.
Information Integrity Assurance (IIA). Systems thinking subcategories . ...
http://futurethought.pbworks.com/The+Stuff+of+Thought

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 4:58 pm on Oct 10, 2009

What's the semantic distinction between entitlement & freedom?
See i4CQuest-MFSearch Results: http://minnesotafuturists.pbworks.com/FindPage?SearchFor=Entitlement+Freedom&time=1255215169

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 6:40 am on Oct 11, 2009

Podstock "FIFTH Freedom" is a new mindshifting paradigm that empowers Confidence-Based Quantum Learning. CBQL generates thinklets using "social network analysis" i4CQuest-Keywords: <b>"Information Integrity Assurance" FIFTH Freedom</b> ... http://www.google.com/search?q="Information+Integrity+Assurance"+FIFTH+Freedom

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