Ethical charter

du Digital Sociétal

I. Foreword

This document sets out Terradoxa's Digital Ethics Charter. It is addressed to all producers of services that wish to provide a guarantee of secure exchanges for their users at all times. more demanding and attentive to the protection of their individual liberties, their exposure on the networks social issues, their health, their children's health and the quality of life on a changing planet.
This charter applies as a general condition of use and everyone can follow it to the best of their ability, to assert strong societal values that unite a digital community.

The Internet has become an opaque and sometimes unhealthy place. The formidable source of values it brings us, will only be of real benefit to all, when rights, common history and acquis will be considered to be sustainable. Everyone can understand the economic and societal benefits of a sustainable approach. where the customer is respected everywhere.

Terradoxa, through its digital charter, allows everyone to comply easily and immediately with the Regulations. General of Data Protection (RGPD) ; This is the immediate application of the 173 recitals, 99 articles and more of 400 paragraphs.
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II. Digital Societal with Terradoxa

1. Uniqueness and integrity of identity


A unique identity with a strong evidential value is a necessary condition for everyone to exist and be can exist and be respected. The identity is a guarantee of existence and security of exchanges, whatever their nature. But this identity must not be used COERCIVELY.

2. Service Identity and Regalian Identity


maj Any identity that is deemed unique and of high probative value can be combined with Terradoxa, especially when it is issued by a government. Terradoxa's service identity is forged with the same technological rigor as a governmental identity. It is up to each country to seize Terradoxa's technology for its own use.

3. Unicity of the general conditions

Terradoxa promotes the implementation of a single generic general condition of use (CGUg) for all thousands of accessible services. The aim is to optimise transparency with the greatest possible simplicity.

4. Immediate payment to vendors

new Any signatory to this charter agrees to pay their service providers upon receipt of invoice. Deferred payment practices often prove harmful especially for start-ups.

5. No concealment of data

Terradoxa strictly prohibits the concealment of data. In fact, concealment becomes an easily qualified offence, thanks to the access log in blockchain, as a probative support of a legal complaint.

6. Durability and frugality

Terradoxa promotes the implementation of the most sober computer architectures for exchanges, according to the state of the art. For our uses to become sustainable, it is necessary to be accountable for the average resources available, on a global scale, with a view to more equitable and rigorous rational use.

7. RGPD 100% and full compliance with the regulations


maj Terradoxa promotes the implementation of sovereign compliance implementations of the RGPD for the protection of sensitive user data and their individual freedoms.

8. Accuracy and Incompleteness

new Terradoxa promotes the implementation of a mechanism to contextualise exchanges. The user must have the guarantee that the exchange data requested are absolutely necessary for the following reasons necessary (principle of minimality) and, on the other hand, that the data exchanged in this particular context are or were accurate.
This point concerns in particular the protection of minors by systematically asking for age without claiming identity.

9. Anonymisation of exchanges

maj Terradoxa promotes the systematic implementation of total anonymization of data especially for health research and science when they are offered by their owner with their informed consent. There are many situations where digital technology must be used to serve science without being used as a fallback for any form of any form of coercion.

10. Ownership of one's own data

Terradoxa promotes the implementation of individual ownership of one's own data. However, the sale of one's personal data makes no sense since it would amount to amputating a part of oneself. On the other hand, their contextualized rental, which can be valued by everyone, can be the object of a valuable exchange. The regulated professions must request authorization to access personal data and this must be strictly regulated by law. strictly regulated by law.

11. Instantaneousness of access

maj Terradoxa promotes the implementation of customer journeys that minimize interactions in a short time frame, a few seconds, through the direct application of the principles of unique identity, frugality and absolute security, mentioned above.

12. No strings attached

Terradoxa promotes the implementation of a digital world without strings attached. The user must be able to escape digitally from a digital service that no longer meets his needs, by repatriating in a simple open format format such as json or xml, without the provider being able to retain some of these data and use them for and misuse it.

13. Accessibility

new Terradoxa promotes the implementation of an open and accessible digital world, through the systematic application of RGAA, in voluntary application of the Article 47 of Law No. 2005-12 of February 11, 2005 for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of people with disabilities, or with special needs or in situations of fragility.

This charter remains evolving; it remains eminently transverse and concerns many societal spheres: the field of art, culture culture, citizen paths, travel, health, education, etc.

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(updated 2021)