[IRPCoalition] Updates: IRPC SC First Meeting Report, Annual Activity Report and DCs Online Survey
timothy.holborn at gmail.com
Wed Mar 24 22:53:40 EET 2021
I'm not sure if I forwarded;
My hope / suggestion, is to seek an alternative option that is less useful
for KYC/AML for payment usecases, that would most benefit global silos at
this juncture. Digital agency or personhood is more than simply a tag or
"datacollar" attached to an AI empowered datasilo in foreign
My theory is, whilst not ideal, that the jurisdictional government of
citizenry could hold 5he healthcare information, and the systems focus on
business credentials sent to those services either domestically or abroad.
In effect, rather than sharing healthcare information of natural persons,
which cyber law doesn't deal with well enough yet, alongside potential
identity theft related implications, etc.
That the implemented solution focuses on businesses in effect using
credential technology to supply the consumer (natural persons) with a
digital business card, in effect.
There are different ideologies. I understand ~1.5Bn people are "unbanked",
but the solution to that, and other problems must support rule of law,
means to live unto rule of law supported by representatives, not rulers.
Very few resources have been available to do the work required to support
human agency related models, rather than more simply seeking opportunities
to extend the capabilities of existing global platforms.
Imo; this stuff, is happening fast. I have written about it from last
year, but concerns prior to announcements are easily dismissed as
On Thu, 25 Mar 2021, 4:04 am minda moreira, <mindamoreira at hotmail.com>
> Dear all,
> Thank you Parminder and Timothy for sharing these important issues /
> documents with the list and apologies for my very slow reaction: please
> bear with me as I try to adapt to yet another change of routine, as
> pandemic-related lockdowns and restrictions wave in and out of our daily
> lives. I hope you are all keeping well!
> @Parminder, do keep us updated about further developments and also how
> this and other Dynamic Coalitions can help ensuring that IG processes stick
> to their principle in promoting balanced participation of all stakeholder
> groups for "real" and productive cooperation in line with the WSIS mandate.
> @Timothy, I agree that these are very important concerns that need to be
> raised and addressed as the wide roll out of vaccine passports will
> inevitably trigger serious human rights implications.
> At the last IGF the IRPC joined the DCs Main Session and stressed the
> urgent need of upholding human rights in the online environment in times of
> crisis and beyond. Following the session, the SC produced a summary
> document of outcomes and recommendations and we would be open to work
> together on a public statement. This would also address some of the
> concerns raised by Timothy in the last and previous emails. I would be
> interested to hearing if others in the list agree that a public statement
> would be the best way forward.
> On another note, I would also like to share with you the summary report of
> our first Steering Committee meeting last month - an introductory meeting
> where we also discussed activities in 2021 (and the 10th anniversary of the
> Charter), plus the focus / strategy of the SC work this year. The other
> attachment is the IRPC Annual Report 2020, which was sent to the IGF
> Finally, all Dynamic Coalitions are invited to participate in a survey
> that aims to collect input on the work of each DC. This will later feed
> into a DC paper being developed by the DC Coordination Group and the IGF
> Secretariat. This survey should be filled in collaboratively and I will be
> sharing the document via Google docs following this email.
> Very best wishes,
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> IRP at lists.internetrightsandprinciples.org
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