initiative. Digital citizenship
start date. Q3 2020
what. To promote the concept of "digital citizenship" for people regardless of their country of origin or physical location.
how. Catalyze new programs through scholarship funding and shaping public opinion. We will also seek to convene thought leaders in this field with conferences and publications.
why. 1. Data does not recognize borders.
2. If privacy is a basic right, then privacy protection should adhere to an individual in any location.
3. We need new initiatives to combat global challenges, such as data hacking, invasive profiling and tracking, and cyber crime. In this work, we will partner with other foundations, public policy institutions, community organizations and corporations.